OATSIH Funding Agreement
OATSIHs Head Agreement and Funding Agreement
OATSIH Head Agreement for Multi-Project FundingThis agreement is used for funding health and related services and other projects through Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities by non-government organisations, including Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations.
PDF printable version: Head Agreement for Multi-Project Funding (beginning 2011/12) (PDF 1030 KB)
HTML version: Head Agreement for Multi-Project Funding (beginning 2011/12)
OATSIH Funding Agreement BookPDF version: Funding Agreement Book (FAB) (PDF 1460 KB)
Word version: Funding Agreement Book (FAB) (Word 764 KB)
The FAB provides a guide for Department of Health and Ageing contract managers regarding:
- their roles and responsibilities when managing funding agreements as part of the OATSIH program;
- the level of scrutiny required to ensure accountability to government; and
- the rationale for the described processes relating to the management of those funding agreements.
If you have any queries or unable to access the attachments please contact: ACCHO funding section or phone 02 6289 5291.
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