ATS encourages investment and innovation in the automotive industry.
The CIM Program provides import duty concessions on certain imported raw materials, intermediate goods as well as prescribed metal materials and goods.
This is an entitlement program providing grants for innovation activities for registered Australian clothing and household textile firms carrying out eligible activities in Australia.
GCIF is a competitive grants program supporting design and development activities in Australia to reduce fuel consumption and/or greenhouse gas emissions of passenger motor vehicles.
The NACC-ISP provides funding to Australian companies and research organisations to enhance their ability to win work in the production, sustainment and follow-on development phases of the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Program.
The Steel Transformation Plan encourages investment, innovation and competitiveness in the Australian steel manufacturing industry.
This program allows employers to register non-compulsory occupational clothing, thereby avoiding liability for FBT and allowing employees to claim the cost of purchasing and maintaining such clothing as a tax deduction.
A 5-year, $35 million, competitive grant program that will support large projects that will build innovative capability at the enterprise and workplace level.