Funding Indigenous organisations

Funding Indigenous organisations

Improving governance performance through innovations in public finance management in remote Australia

Mark Moran, Douglas Porter and Jodie Curth-Bibb

Closing the Gap— September 2014
Funding Indigenous organisations: Improving governance performance through innovations in public finance management in remote Australia

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This paper looks at how the governance performance of Indigenous organisations in remote Australia could be improved through innovations in public finance management. It reviews the literature on Australian and international experiences, then suggests avenues for future engagement, in particular the feasibility of block funding arrangements for organisations' core functions. It summarises what is known, what works, and areas for further research.

This report was produced for the Closing the Gap Clearinghouse. The Clearinghouse was a Council of Australian Governments’ initiative jointly funded by all Australian Governments. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Family Studies was funded from 2009 to 2014 to deliver the Clearinghouse.

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