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We are affiliated with, or have relationships with the following agencies and organisations:

Government Agencies

  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
    The NDIS is Australia’s first national Scheme for people with disability.  It provides funding directly to individuals.  The NDIS can provide all people with disability with information and connections to services in their communities such as doctors, sporting clubs, support groups, libraries and schools, as well as information about what support is provided by each state and territory government.
  • ACT Government
    The portal of the ACT Government
  • ACT Community Services 
  • The ACT Community Services Directorate has responsibility for a wide range of human services functions in the ACT.
  • ACT Policing
  • ACT Policing is a business unit of the AFP and was created for the purpose of providing policing services to the ACT under the auspices of a Policing Arrangement between the Commonwealth and ACT Governments.
  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
    The department’s role is to advance the interests of Australia and Australians internationally. This involves working to strengthen Australia’s security; enhancing Australia’s prosperity; and helping Australian travellers and Australians overseas. The department provides foreign and trade policy advice to the government. We work with other government agencies to ensure that Australia’s pursuit of its global, regional and bilateral interests is coordinated effectively.
  • Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection
    For people who want to visit, work, study or live in Australia. Includes details of Australia’s Refugee and Humanitarian Program. Includes information for employers about sponsoring skilled people to work in Australia. Australia’s entry requirements and other information for air or sea travellers. Encouraging compliance, preventing illegal migration, and managing detention facilities.
  • ACT Government – Business Development
    The ACT Government offers business development support to Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) operating in the Territory through the Business Development Branch, part of the Economic Development Directorate. We can equip you with a variety of assistance measures to help your business start, grow and prosper. We can also provide you with advice on how to conduct effective transactions with the ACT and Australian Governments.
  • Australian Bureau of Statistics
    ABS can help you to understand and use statistics to make informed decisions. Along with our free statistics, we also provide related information and services on a wide range of economic, social matters and environmental matters.
  • Parliament of Australia
    The Parliament consists of two Houses (the House of Representatives and the Senate), and the Queen, represented in Australia by the Governor General. Parliament makes laws, authorises the Government to spend public money, scrutinises government activities, and is a forum for debate on national issues.

Key Peak Bodies

  • ACT & Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry 
    The Chamber is the largest and strongest Canberra based organisation representing local business, and has a diverse membership, with involvement from a wide variety of business types and sizes across the Canberra region.As the ‘Voice of Business’ in the ACT, the Chamber represents the business perspective and advocates for local and regional businesses on current and emerging issues affecting them. The Chamber provides members with a range of services to help them meet the challenges facing business today and help them succeed.
  • Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (inc)
    FECCA is the peak, national body representing Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. FECCA’s role is to advocate, lobby and promote issues on behalf of its constituency to government, business and the broader community.Established in 1979, FECCA is a non-political community-based organisation. Apart from its national office, it is supported by the work of a voluntary Executive Council.FECCA strives to ensure that the needs and aspirations of Australians from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds are given proper recognition in public policy.
  • Multicultural Business Chamber of Australia Incorporated
    The Multicultural Business Chamber aims to bring together the enormous strengths of those people in the business community who come from culturally diverse backgrounds.These talents, skills, expertise and relationships can work together to increase business opportunities in the ACT. The Multicultural Business Chamber is affiliated with the ACT & Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which is (together with the other State/Territory Chambers) a foundation member of the Australia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI).
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