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$55 M program that provides one-off funding to support existing service providers undertake activities related to transitioning to the Commonwealth Home and Community Care Program.
The Australian Government is undertaking a direct funding process with existing Commonwealth HACC Program service providers to assist them meet new contractual requirements under the Commonwealth HACC Program. Up to $55 million (GST exclusive) will be made available.
Objectives The transitioning of services to the Commonwealth HACC Program requires Commonwealth HACC service providers to meet new contractual requirements. Some Commonwealth HACC service providers may need to establish or change systems and processes in order to meet these new requirements. In recognition of this, funding will be made available as a one-off contribution towards assisting service providers with costs associated with new contractual requirements.
Transition costs funding will be directed towards those activities that are necessary to meet the new contractual requirements under the Commonwealth HACC Program. These activities include the following.
The total amount of funding an applicant will be able to apply for through this funding round will be limited, based on the total value of their current Commonwealth HACC program funding. The following funding thresholds will apply. There are no exceptions to this rule. See Guidelines for more information
The following activities will not be funded.
Applicants who have current funding agreements under the Commonwealth HACC Program are eligible to apply for transition costs funding. This includes state and territory governments which directly deliver Commonwealth HACC services to clients. State and territory governments that are funded to subcontract the delivery of HACC services by non-government organisations for 2012-13 are also eligible to apply for funding to assist non-government organisations transition to Commonwealth HACC Program arrangements.
Up to $55 million (GST exclusive) will be available nationally. Funding is available for non-recurrent activities and must be spent within the 2012-13 financial year. Successful applicants will be offered a funding schedule for approved activities which will be valid until 30 June 2013. Funds made available under the transition costs funding round must be expended by the end of the funding period
Applications close 5 April 2013.