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Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Section 35 of the PGPA Act applies
Yes
Section 35(3) of the PGPA Act applies
Yes

Outcome #1: Innovative scientific and technology solutions to national challenges and opportunities to benefit industry, the environment and the community, through scientific research and capability development, services and advice.
# Program Body Contribution
1 Scientific and Industrial Research and Infrastructure Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
1 Scientific and Industrial Research and Infrastructure Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

This program contributes to the outcome by providing scientific solutions, access to world-class research facilities and collections, and technical and advisory services to industry and government focusing on identifying pathways for adoption and delivery of impacts. Research programs conduct scientific research aligned to solving the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology, and encourage or facilitate the application and utilisation of results generated from collaborative solutions. The approach is driven by establishing collaborations and multidisciplinary research partnerships (with public and private sector organisations, other publicly funded research agencies, universities and schools) to integrate the best solution for the public. Underpinned by science excellence and world-class talent, research programs also invest in frontier and cross-cutting science that reinvents and creates new industries for Australia, accelerating the scale and pace of adoption, while also building the next generation of talentCSIRO hosts national research facilities and collections on behalf of the scientific community to assist with the delivery of research. This research infrastructure is available for use by the Australian and international research communities and are accessible to industryTechnical, educational and advisory services are also provided to industry, government and the community, which builds and supports capacity to adopt research and innovations, as well as STEM education and training across the national system. In addition, strategic investments are made in scientific research that addresses issues of national priority for Australia through a variety of mechanisms, such as the Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF - established by Commonwealth legislation, the Science and Industry Endowment Act 1926), for the purpose of funding research activities, commercialisation of technologies and assistance to industry through research collaboration and capacity building

# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Bureau of Meteorology Bureau of Meteorology

The Bureau of Meteorology contributes to Outcome 1 as a Hub partner, and co-research organisation, for the Climate Systems Hub to which CSIRO is the host organisation, and as a partner in the Australian Climate Service to deliver world-leading climate and natural disaster science, information and expertise.

2.2 Plant and Animal Health Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry contributes to Outcome 1 through its contributions to the operating costs of the Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness (formerly the Australian Animal Health Laboratory).

1.1 Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and the Environment Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water contributes to Outcome 1 through its policies and programs, and the provision of funding, to support science and research in the areas of marine science, greenhouse gas emission reductions, climate science research and clean energy technology, ecology, ecotoxicology, hydrology, hydrogeology, informatics and risk analysis.

1.1 Reducing Australia's greenhouse gas emissions Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water contributes to Outcome 1 through its policies and programs, and the provision of funding, to support science and research in the areas of marine science, greenhouse gas emission reductions, climate science research and clean energy technology, ecology, ecotoxicology, hydrology, hydrogeology, informatics and risk analysis.

1.2 Renewable energy technology development Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water contributes to Outcome 1 through its policies and programs, and the provision of funding, to support science and research in the areas of marine science, greenhouse gas emission reductions, climate science research and clean energy technology, ecology, ecotoxicology, hydrology, hydrogeology, informatics and risk analysis.

1.2 Environmental Information and Research Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water contributes to Outcome 1 through its policies and programs, and the provision of funding, to support science and research in the areas of marine science, greenhouse gas emission reductions, climate science research and clean energy technology, ecology, ecotoxicology, hydrology, hydrogeology, informatics and risk analysis.

3.1 Science, Policy and Presence Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water contributes to Outcome 1 through its policies and programs, and the provision of funding, to support science and research in the areas of marine science, greenhouse gas emission reductions, climate science research and clean energy technology, ecology, ecotoxicology, hydrology, hydrogeology, informatics and risk analysis.

2.6 Research Capacity Department of Education

The Department of Education contributes to Outcome 1 through its policies and programs to invest in Australia's innovation and research capacity, including through the development of Research Infrastructure Investment Plans and National Research Infrastructure Roadmaps. The Department of Education also contributes to Outcome 1 through its education policies and procedures including those to increase the commercialisation of Australian university research outcomes through the Australia's Economic Accelerator program, the Trailblazer Universities program and Industry PhD programs.

1.1 Investing in science, technology and commercialisation Department of Industry, Science and Resources

The Department of Industry, Science and Resources contributes to Outcome 1 through its policies and programs supporting science, research and commercialisation, through the operation of the Australian Space Agency, the Office of the Chief Scientist and the Office of Industry Innovation and Science Australia.

1.2 Growing innovative and competitive businesses, industries and regions Department of Industry, Science and Resources

The Department of Industry, Science and Resources contributes to Outcome 1 through its policies and programs supporting science, research and commercialisation, through the operation of the Australian Space Agency, the Office of the Chief Scientist and the Office of Industry Innovation and Science Australia.

1 Geoscientific and Spatial Information Services Geoscience Australia

Geoscience Australia contributes to Outcome 1 as a partner in earth observation, marine and geological sciences.