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Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility

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

Outcome #1: Enable economic growth in northern Australia, by facilitating private sector investment in economic infrastructure through the provision of concessional financing delivered through the State and Territory Governments
# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Infrastructure Australia Infrastructure Australia

contributes to Outcome 1 through feedback on matters relating to infrastructure and public benefit analysis to support NAIF's assessment of its mandatory criterion in regards to a project being of public benefit. NAIF must consult Infrastructure Australia where NAIF's Investment Decision is for an amount more than $250 million.

1.1 Jobs, Land and the Economy National Indigenous Australians Agency

The National Indigenous Australians Agency contributes to Outcome 1 through engagement with Indigenous-led proponents or those partnering with Indigenous communities on projects related to areas like social infrastructure, ecotourism, agriculture and horticulture, resources and innovative energy solutions for remote communities. NAIF engages with Indigenous stakeholders including for example the Indigenous Reference Group. Furthermore, all NAIF project proponents must develop strategies for Indigenous participation, procurement and employment that are tailored for Indigenous populations in the region of the project.

1.2 Children and Schooling National Indigenous Australians Agency

The National Indigenous Australians Agency contributes to Outcome 1 through engagement with Indigenous-led proponents or those partnering with Indigenous communities on projects related to areas like social infrastructure, ecotourism, agriculture and horticulture, resources and innovative energy solutions for remote communities. NAIF engages with Indigenous stakeholders including for example the Indigenous Reference Group. Furthermore, all NAIF project proponents must develop strategies for Indigenous participation, procurement and employment that are tailored for Indigenous populations in the region of the project.

1.3 Safety and Wellbeing National Indigenous Australians Agency

The National Indigenous Australians Agency contributes to Outcome 1 through engagement with Indigenous-led proponents or those partnering with Indigenous communities on projects related to areas like social infrastructure, ecotourism, agriculture and horticulture, resources and innovative energy solutions for remote communities. NAIF engages with Indigenous stakeholders including for example the Indigenous Reference Group. Furthermore, all NAIF project proponents must develop strategies for Indigenous participation, procurement and employment that are tailored for Indigenous populations in the region of the project.

1.4 Culture and Capability National Indigenous Australians Agency

The National Indigenous Australians Agency contributes to Outcome 1 through engagement with Indigenous-led proponents or those partnering with Indigenous communities on projects related to areas like social infrastructure, ecotourism, agriculture and horticulture, resources and innovative energy solutions for remote communities. NAIF engages with Indigenous stakeholders including for example the Indigenous Reference Group. Furthermore, all NAIF project proponents must develop strategies for Indigenous participation, procurement and employment that are tailored for Indigenous populations in the region of the project.

1.5 Remote Australia Strategies National Indigenous Australians Agency

The National Indigenous Australians Agency contributes to Outcome 1 through engagement with Indigenous-led proponents or those partnering with Indigenous communities on projects related to areas like social infrastructure, ecotourism, agriculture and horticulture, resources and innovative energy solutions for remote communities. NAIF engages with Indigenous stakeholders including for example the Indigenous Reference Group. Furthermore, all NAIF project proponents must develop strategies for Indigenous participation, procurement and employment that are tailored for Indigenous populations in the region of the project.

1.6 Evaluation and Research National Indigenous Australians Agency

The National Indigenous Australians Agency contributes to Outcome 1 through engagement with Indigenous-led proponents or those partnering with Indigenous communities on projects related to areas like social infrastructure, ecotourism, agriculture and horticulture, resources and innovative energy solutions for remote communities. NAIF engages with Indigenous stakeholders including for example the Indigenous Reference Group. Furthermore, all NAIF project proponents must develop strategies for Indigenous participation, procurement and employment that are tailored for Indigenous populations in the region of the project.