Over the past three years, a range of cutting red tape initiatives have been completed or are underway to support the non-government organisation (NGO) industry.
|Non-government organisation funding guidelines||
The NT Government Good Practice Guidelines for Funding Non-Government Organisations aims to reduce red tape by providing greater clarity and certainty for NGOs as to government funding practices.
Owner: Department of the Chief Minister
|Arts NT, Screen Territory - grant applications have been made available online||
Reduce administrative burden on NGOs and increase access to grants through online grant application. NT Library and NT Archives Service will also use the system from 2014.
Owner: Department of Arts and Museums
|All-of-government grant management system||
GrantsNT will provide a single portal for all grants using standardised application, reporting and acquittal processes. The system will save time and money for both grant recipients and government.
Owner: Department of Corporate and Information Services
|Review of red tape for NGOs||
On 23 September 2015 the Non-Government Organisation Advisory Council was established to oversee a review of red tape in the NGO sector. The newly formed council will be reporting back to government mid-year 2016. The council members are experienced in the Northern Territory’s NGO sector, with representatives from each region of the NT.
Owner: Department of Business
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