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Senate Order Reporting - AIC contracts

2016-17 Financial year

Pursuant to the Senate Order on departmental and agency contracts the following table sets out contracts entered into by the Australian Institute of Criminology which provide for a consideration to the value of $100,000 or more and which:

  1. have not been fully performed as at 30 June 2017 or
  2. have been entered into during the 12 months prior to 01 July 2017

Most of the contracts listed contain confidentiality provisions of a general nature that are designed to protect the confidential information of the parties that may be obtained or generated in carrying out the contract.

The reasons for including such clauses include:

  • ordinary commercial prudence that requires protection of trade secrets, proprietary information and the like; and/or
  • protection of other Commonwealth material and personal information.
SENATE ORDER ON DEPARTMENTAL AND AGENCY CONTRACTS LISTING RELATING TO THE PERIOD 01 JULY 2016 - 30 JUNE 2017
 ContractorSubject MatterFY approvedAIC projectAmount of Consideration
(GST excl.)
Amount of Consideration
(GST incl.)
Start DateAnticipated End Date
Sale
Contracts
Department of Family & Community Services NSWEvaluation of the Youth Hope Program2014/150311A$299,318$329,2501/05/201530/11/2017
South Australian Attorney-General's DepartmentEvaluation of ReBoot Intensive Intervention Trial2015/160319A$99,753$109,7281/10/201515/10/2017
Department of the Attorney General WAEvaluation of the Kimberley Perpetrator Intervention Service2016/170328A$110,278$121,3051/07/201614/11/2017
Research ProgramMonash University‘Cross-over Kids’: effective responses to children and young people in the youth justice and statutory child protection systems2016/17R155$94,545$104,0009/9/20169/10/2018
Procurement contractsApex Research Pty LtdData collection and management services for Drug Use Monitoring in Australian (DUMA) program2015/160015A$299,624*$329,5864/1/20164/1/2018

Note: * contract values are estimated only.

Estimated cost of complying with this order: $450.00.

Method used to estimate the cost is based on salary cost for staff involved of the contract details for inclusion in the Senate Order List.

2016 Calendar year

Pursuant to the Senate Order on departmental and agency contracts the following table sets out contracts entered into by the Australian Institute of Criminology which provide for a consideration to the value of $100,000 or more and which:

  1. have not been fully performed as at 31 December 2016 or
  2. have been entered into during the 12 months prior to 01 January 2016

Most of the contracts listed contain confidentiality provisions of a general nature that are designed to protect the confidential information of the parties that may be obtained or generated in carrying out the contract.

The reasons for including such clauses include:

  • ordinary commercial prudence that requires protection of trade secrets, proprietary information and the like; and/or
  • protection of other Commonwealth material and personal information.
SENATE ORDER ON DEPARTMENTAL AND AGENCY CONTRACTS LISTING RELATING TO THE PERIOD 1 JANUARY - 31 DECEMBER 2016
 ContractorSubject MatterFY approvedAIC project codeAmount of Consideration
(GST excl.)
Amount of Consideration
(GST incl.)
Start DateAnticipated End Date
Sale
Contracts
Department of Family & Community Services NSWEvaluation of the Youth Hope Program2014/150311A$299,318$329,2501/05/201530/11/2017
South Australian Attorney-General's DepartmentEvaluation of ReBoot Intensive Intervention Trial2015/160319A$99,753$109,7281/10/201515/10/2017
Department of the Attorney General WAEvaluation of the Kimberley Perpetrator Intervention Service2016/170328A$110,278$121,3051/07/201614/11/2017
Research ProgramMonash University‘Cross-over Kids’: effective responses to children and young people in the youth justice and statutory child protection systems2016/17R155$94,545$104,0009/9/20169/10/2018
Procurement contractsApex Research Pty LtdData collection and management services for Drug Use Monitoring in Australian (DUMA) program2015/160015A$299,624*$329,5864/1/20164/1/2018

Note: * contract values are estimated only.

Estimated cost of complying with this order: $850.13.

Method used to estimate the cost is based on salary cost for staff involved of the contract details for inclusion in the Senate Order List.

2015 Calendar year

Pursuant to the Senate Order on departmental and agency contracts the following table sets out contracts entered into by the Australian Institute of Criminology which provide for a consideration to the value of $100,000 or more and which:

  1. have not been fully performed as at 31 December 2015 or
  2. have been entered into during the 12 months prior to 01 January 2015

Most of the contracts listed contain confidentiality provisions of a general nature that are designed to protect the confidential information of the parties that may be obtained or generated in carrying out the contract.

The reasons for including such clauses include:

  • ordinary commercial prudence that requires protection of trade secrets, proprietary information and the like; and/or
  • protection of other Commonwealth material and personal information.
SENATE ORDER ON DEPARTMENTAL AND AGENCY CONTRACTS LISTING RELATING TO THE PERIOD 1 JANUARY - 31 DECEMBER 2015
 ContractorSubject MatterFY approvedAIC project codeAmount of Consideration
(GST excl.)
Amount of Consideration
(GST incl.)
Start DateAnticipated End Date
Sale
Contract
Department of Family & Community Services NSWEvaluation of the Youth Hope Program2014/150311A$299,318$329,2501/05/201530/11/2017
South Australian Attorney-General's DepartmentEvaluation of ReBoot Intensive Intervention Trial2015/160319A$99,753$109,7281/10/201515/10/2017
Victoria PoliceReview of Victoria Police Operational Safety Framework2015/160321A$128,377$141,2152/11/201530/06/2016
GrantsUniversity of South AustraliaCloud forensic framework and best practices.2013/14N126$244,835$269,31917/10/201330/04/2016
Deakin UniversityAlcohol/Drug-Involved Family Violence in Australia (ADIVA)2013/14N129$217,972$239,77518/03/201431/05/2016
The University of New South WalesCEA of police diversion programs2013/14N130$117,116$128,82620/03/201431/03/2016
Deakin University Drug and Alcohol intoxication and Subsequent Harm in night-time Entertainment Districts (DASHED) 2014/15N133$290,618$319,6806/03/20156/06/2016
Australian Catholic UniversityPrevent crime and save money: Application of return-on-investment models in the Australian context2014/15R146$90,909$100,00013/04/201512/02/2016
Australian National University2014/15-03 Determining the cost of alcohol to law enforcement2015/16N135$136,005$149,6062/11/201530/06/2016

Note: * contract values are estimated only.

Estimated cost of complying with this order: $850.13

Method used to estimate the cost is based on salary cost for staff involved of the contract details for inclusion in the Senate Order List.

2014-15 Financial year

Pursuant to the Senate Order on departmental and agency contracts the following table sets out contracts entered into by the Australian Institute of Criminology which provide for a consideration to the value of $100,000 or more and which:

(a) have not been fully performed as at 30 June 2015 or

(b) have been entered into during the 12 months prior to 01 July 2015

Most of the contracts listed contain confidentiality provisions of a general nature that are designed to protect the confidential information of the parties that may be obtained or generated in carrying out the contract. The reasons for including such clauses include:

  • ordinary commercial prudence that requires protection of trade secrets, proprietary information and the like; and/or
  • protection of other Commonwealth material and personal information.
SENATE ORDER ON DEPARTMENTAL AND AGENCY CONTRACTS LISTING RELATING TO THE PERIOD 1 JULY 2014 - 30 JUNE 2015
 ContractorSubject MatterFY approvedAIC project codeAmount of Consideration
(GST excl.)
Amount of Consideration
(GST incl.)
Start DateAnticipated 
End Date
Sales contractsDepartment of Human Services VictoriaEvaluation of the Adolescent Family Violence Program2013/140275$222,275$244,5023/06/201430/12/2015
Department of Family & Community Services NSWEvaluation of the Youth Hope Program2014/150311A$299,318$329,2501/05/201530/11/2017
GrantsThe University of New South WalesTrafficking in multiple commodities: Exposing Australia's poly-drug and poly-crime networks.2012/13N127$177,532$195,28514/03/201330/09/2015
University of South AustraliaCloud forensic framework and best practices.2013/14N126$244,835$269,31917/10/201317/10/2015
Turning Point Alcohol & Drug Centre
National Centre in HIV Social Research (UNSW); 
Youth Support and Advocacy Service (VIC)
Vulnerable young people: policing and pathways to diversion and care.2013/14N123$158,129$173,9423/09/201330/09/2015
Deakin UniversityAlcohol/Drug-Involved Family Violence in Australia (ADIVA)2013/14N129$217,972$239,77518/03/201418/12/2015
The University of New South WalesCEA of police diversion programs2013/14N130$117,116$128,82620/03/201430/09/2015
Deakin University Drug and Alcohol intoxication and Subsequent Harm in night-time Entertainment Districts (DASHED) 2014/15N133$290,618$319,6806/03/20156/06/2016

Procurement contracts are available through the Senate Order Report located on the AusTender Homepage

Note: * contract values are estimated only.

Estimated cost of complying with this order: $1,136.91

Method used to estimate the cost is based on salary cost for staff involved of the contract details for inclusion in the Senate Order List.

2014 Calendar year

Pursuant to the Senate Order on departmental and agency contracts the following table sets out contracts entered into by the Australian Institute of Criminology which provide for a consideration to the value of $100,000 or more and which:

  1. have not been fully performed as at 31 December 2014 or
  2. have been entered into during the 12 months prior to 01 January 2015

Most of the contracts listed contain confidentiality provisions of a general nature that are designed to protect the confidential information of the parties that may be obtained or generated in carrying out the contract. The reasons for including such clauses include:

  • ordinary commercial prudence that requires protection of trade secrets, proprietary information and the like; and/or
  • protection of other Commonwealth material and personal information.
SENATE ORDER ON DEPARTMENTAL AND AGENCY CONTRACTS LISTING RELATING TO THE PERIOD 1 JANUARY - 31 DECEMBER 2014
 ContractorSubject MatterFY 
approved
AIC 
project
code
Amount of Consideration
(GST excl.)
Amount of Consideration
(GST incl.)
Start DateAnticipated 
End Date
Whether contract contains
provisions requiring
the parties to maintain confidentiality of
any of its provisions
Reason(s)Whether contract contains
other requirements 
of confidentiality
Reason(s)
Sale
Contract
PriceWaterHouse CooperEvaluation of Community Correctional Services - Service Delivery Model2012/130233$248,606$273,46623/08/201231/03/2015NoNANoNA
Department of Human ServicesPreventing Violence against Women in our Community2012/130237$283,303$311,63310/12/201231/01/2015NoNANoNA
Mental Heallth Drug and Alcohol Principal CommitteeIGCD - Alcohol-crime indicators project2013/140274$98,000$107,80017/10/201329/03/2015NoNANoNA
Department of Human Services VictoriaEvaluation of the Adolescent Family Violence Program2013/140275$222,275$244,5023/06/201430/12/2015NoNANoNA
Procurement ContractUniversity of CanberraChild exploitation and other online research2013/14 $107,900$118,6901/02/201431/05/2015NoNANoNA
Edith Cowan UniversityProvision of site management and data collection services for Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) Program.2013/140015$267,680$294,44815/07/201330/06/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act, 
Intellectual Property
Walsh & AssociatesProvision of site management and data collection services for Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) Program.2013/140015$253,584$278,9421/07/201330/06/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act, 
Intellectual Property
P & R SolutionsProvision of site management and data collection services for Drug Use Monitoring (DUMA) in Australia Program.2013/140015$247,176$271,8941/07/201330/06/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
AOT Group Limited*Commercial accommodation for use by employees and non- staff for AIC funded business.2012/13 $200,000$220,0001/12/201230/06/2015NoNANoNA
NSW Health Pathology*Provision of Toxicology Services for the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) Program.2013/140015$145,455$160,00031/08/201331/08/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
National Cleaning Services*Provision of Office Cleaning, Waste Collection, Recycling and Disposal and Sanitary & Hygiene Bin Services2013/14 $163,636$180,0001/05/201430/04/2017YesInternal costing/ 
profit information
NoNA
ERM Power Retail Pty Ltd*Electricity Supply2011/12 $245,000$269,5001/07/201130/06/2015NoNANoNA
Caro Pty Ltd*Office Rent - 74 Leichhardt Street Griffith ACT2007/08 $2,642,850$2,907,1351/12/20121/12/2017NoNANoNA
GrantsThe University of New South WalesTrafficking in multiple commodities: Exposing Australia's poly-drug and poly-crime networks2012/13N127$177,532$195,28514/03/201328/02/2015NoNANoNA
University of South AustraliaCloud forensic framework and best practices.2013/14N126$244,835$269,31917/10/201317/10/2015NoNANoNA
Turning Point Alcohol & Drug Centre
National Centre in HIV Social Research (UNSW); 
Youth Support and Advocacy Service (VIC)
Vulnerable young people: policing and pathways to diversion and care.2013/14N123$158,129$173,9423/09/20133/03/2015NoNANoNA
Deakin UniversityAlcohol/Drug-Involved Family Violence in Australia (ADIVA)2013/14N129$217,972$239,77518/03/201418/09/2015NoNANoNA
The University of New South WalesCEA of police diversion programs2013/14N130$117,116$128,82620/03/201420/03/2015NoNANoNA

Note: * contract values are estimated only

Estimated cost of complying with this order: $1,194.47

Method used to estimate the cost is based on salary cost for staff involved of the contract details for inclusion in the Senate Order List.

2013 calendar year

SENATE ORDER CONTRACT LISTING 2013
 ContractorSubject MatterFY approvedAIC project codeAmount of Consideration
(GST exclusive)
Amount of Consideration
(GST inclusive)
Start DateAnticipated
End Date
Whether contract contains provisions requiring 
the parties to maintain confidentiality of any of its provisions
Reason(s)Whether contract contains 
other requirements 
of confidentiality
Reason(s)
PROCUREMENT CONTRACTSGreensys Pty LtdIT contractor (2012-13).2012/13 $106,184$116,8021/07/201230/06/2013NoNANoNA
University of New South Wales, Social policy Research CentreEvaluation of drug and alcohol programs for offenders or people at risk of offending in support of the National Indigenous Law and Justice Framework. 2011/120222$128,773$141,65030/11/20111/12/2013NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
Pullman Melbourne Albert ParkProvision of supply a meeting venue, catering services, AV, and accommodation for the Child Abuse and Neglect Conference in November 2013.2013/1480AX$139,260$153,18610/11/201313/11/2013NoNANoNA
Ernst & YoungInternal audit.2012/13 $136,364$150,0001/08/201230/06/2014YesInternal costing/ 
profit information
YesPrivacy Act
Edith Cowan UniversityProvision of site management and data collection services for Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) Program.2013/140015$267,680$294,44815/07/201330/06/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act, 
Intellectual Property
Walsh & AssociatesProvision of site management and data collection services for Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) Program.2013/140015$253,584$278,9421/07/201330/06/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act, 
Intellectual Property
P & R SolutionsProvision of site management and data collection services for Drug Use Monitoring (DUMA) in Australia Program.2013/140015$247,176$271,8941/07/201330/06/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
AOT Group Limited*Commercial accommodation for use by employees and non- staff for AIC funded business.2012/13 $110,000$121,0001/12/201230/06/2015NoNANoNA
NSW Health Pathology*Provision of Toxicology Services for the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) Program.2013/140015$290,909$320,00031/08/201331/08/2017NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
Caro Pty LtdRent Griffith premises.2012/13 $2,554,529$2,809,9821/12/20121/12/2017NoNANoNA
GRANTSVictoria Turning Point Alcohol & Drugs CentreProhibiting public Drinking: Determining the impact on police, the community and marginalised groups.2011/12N114$142,160$156,37630/09/201115/02/2013NoNANoNA
University of QueenslandTargeting the profits of illicit drug trafficking through Proceeds of Crime action.2010/11N112$149,973$164,97018/06/201130/09/2013NoNANoNA
Deakin UniversityPatron Offending and Intoxication in Night Time Entertainment Districts. 2011/12N115$399,179$439,09729/09/201130/09/2013NoNANoNA
University of South AustraliaExploitation of electronic evidence from mobile phone mediated drug crime.2010/11N111$242,309$266,54024/06/201124/10/2013NoNANoNA
Deakin UniversityA review and synthesis of supply and demand reduction measures for alcohol.2012/13N125$109,485$120,43419/02/201318/05/2014NoNANoNA
Centre for Safety Internet, University of CanberraThe online environment: A precursor to illicit synthetic drug law enforcement.2011/12N119$143,519$157,871 2/05/201231/05/2014NoNANoNA
Macfarlande Burnet Institute for Medical Research & 
Public Health Ltd
Drug price variations and their impact on a cohort of people who inject drugs: Understanding and describing Australian illicit drug markets.2012/13N124$157,087$172,79614/02/201313/07/2014NoNANoNA
Curtin University of TechnologyThe social supply of cannabis among young people in Australia.2012/13N120$204,761$225,23714/03/201314/08/2014NoNANoNA
The University of New South WalesTrafficking in multiple commodities: Exposing Australia's poly-drug and poly-crime networks.2012/13N127$177,532$195,28514/03/201313/08/2014NoNANoNA
University of South AustraliaCloud forensic framework and best practices.2013/14N126$244,835$269,31917/10/201316/02/2015NoNANoNA
Turning Point Alcohol & Drug Centre
National Centre in HIV Social Research (UNSW); 
Youth Support and Advocacy Service (VIC)
Vulnerable young people: policing and pathways to diversion and care.2013/14N123$158,129.09$173,9423/09/20133/05/2015NoNANoNA
CONSULTANCYUniversity of Technology, SydneyAn empirical basis for the ratio of crowd controllers to patrons.2012/13N500$133,702$147,07216/02/201230/03/2014NoNANoNA
Curtin University of TechnologyThe impact of broader patterns of alcohol supply.2012/13N501$105,491$116,0418/11/201231/03/2014NoNANoNA

2012-13 financial year

SENATE ORDER CONTRACT LISTING 2012-13
 ContractorSubject MatterAIC Project/
Grant #
Amount of Consideration
(GST exclusive)
Amount of Consideration
(GST inclusive)
Start DateAnticipated
End Date
Whether contract contains provisions requiring 
the parties to maintain confidentiality of any of its provisions
Reason(s)Whether contract contains 
other requirements 
of confidentiality
Reason(s)
PROCUREMENT CONTRACTSUniversity of New South Wales, Social policy Research CentreEvaluation of drug and alcohol programs for offenders or people at risk 
of offending in support of the National Indigenous Law and Justice Framework
0222$128,773$141,65030/11/20111/12/2013NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
Walsh and Associates (SA)Drug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$243,200$267,5201/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
APEX Research Pty Ltd (NSW)Drug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$348,160$382,9761/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
Hauritz and Associates Pty LtdDrug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$300,400$330,4401/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
The Sellenger Centre- Edit Cowan UniversityDrug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$264,000$290,4001/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
Transitional Organisation NorthenDrug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$205,488$226,0371/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
Australian Institute of Family StudiesEvaluation of Youth Diversion Program0206$305,645$336,2094/01/201122/12/2012YesCosting informationYesPrivacy Act
Greensys Pty LtdIT contractor $106,184.00$116,802.401/07/201230/06/2014NoNANoNA
AOT Group LimitedCommercial accommodation for use by employees and non- staff for AIC funded business $110,000.00$121,000.001/12/201230/06/2015NoNANoNA
Caro Pty LtdRent Griffith premises $2,554,528.65$2,809,981.801/12/20121/12/2017NoNANpNA
P & R Solution Pty LtdDrug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$247,176.00$271,893.601/07/201330/06/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
Walsh and Associates (SA)Drug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$253,584.00$278,942.401/07/201330/06/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
Edith Cowen UniversityDrug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$267,680.00$294,448.0015/07/201330/06/2015NoNAYesPrivacy Act,
Intellectual Property
Curtin University of TechnologyThe impact of broader patterns of alcohol supply2010/10$105,491.43$116,040.578/11/20128/11/2013NoNANoNA
University of Technology SydneyAn empirical basis for the ratio of crowd controllers to patronsN500$133,702$147,07216/02/201216/02/2013NoNANoNA
GRANTSUniversity of South AustraliaExploitation of electronic evidence from mobile phone mediated drug crimeN111$246,400$271,04024/06/201124/06/2013NoNANoNA
University of QueenslandTargeting the profits of illicit drug trafficking through Proceeds of Crime actionN112$149,973$164,97018/06/201118/10/2012NoNANoNA
Forensic Science, SAHair Drug testing - Hair drug analysis to identify cases of drug facilitated sexual assaultN113$124,724$137,2061/07/201129/01/2014NoNANoNA
Victoria Turning Point Alcohol & Drugs CentreProhibiting public Drinking: Determining the impact on police, the community and marginalised groupsN114$142,160$156,37630/09/201130/09/2012NoNANoNA
Deakin UniversityPatron Offending and Intoxication in Night Time Entertainment DistrictsN115$402,052$442,25729/09/201130/12/2012NoNANoNA
Centre for Internet Safety, University of CanberraThe Online Environment: A Precursor to Illicit Synthetic Drug Law EnforcementN119$143,519$157,8712/05/20122/07/2013NoNANoNA
Menzies School of Health ResearchDeveloping successful diversionary schemes for youth from remote Aboriginal communitiesR103$169,280$186,20812/06/200931/07/2012NoNANoNA
Curtin University of TechnologyThe social supply of cannabis among young people in Australia2012/13-03$204,761$225,23714/03/201314/09/2014NoNANoNA
Macfarlande Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health LtdDrug price variations and their impact on a cohort of people who inject drugs: Understanding 
and describing Australian illicit drug markets
2012/13-13$157,087$172,79614/02/201314/06/2014NoNANoNA
Deakin UniversityA review and synthesis of supply and demand reduction measures for alcohol2012/13-14$109,485$120,43414/02/201314/02/2014NoNANoNA
The University of New South WalesTrafficking in multiple commodities: Exposing Australia's poly-drug and poly-crime networks2012/13-24$177,532$195,28514/03/201314/09/2014NoNANoNA
CONSULTANCYErnst & YoungInternal audit $136,363.64$150,000.001/08/201230/06/2014YesInternal costing/ profit informationYesPrivacy Act

2012 calendar year

SENATE ORDER REPORTING - AIC CONTRACTS RELATING TO THE PERIOD 2012 CALENDAR YEAR
 ContractorSubject MatterAmount of Consideration
(GST exclusive)
Amount of Consideration
(GST inclusive)
Start DateAnticipated End DateWhether contract contains provisions requiring the parties to maintain confidentiality of any of its provisionsReason(s)Whether contract contains other requirements of confidentialityReason(s)
PROCUREMENT CONTRACTSGreensys Pty LtdIT contractor$83,200 to $104,000$91,250 to $114,4001/07/201230/06/2013NNANNA
Ernst & YoungInternal audit$136,363.64$150,000.001/08/201230/06/2014YesInternal costing/ profit informationYesPrivacy Act
AOT Group LimitedCommercial accommodation for use by employees and non- staff for AIC funded business$110,000.00$121,000.001/12/201230/06/2015NNANNA
Caro Pty LtdRent Griffith premises$2,554,528.65$2,809,981.801/12/20121/12/2017NNANNA
GRANTSCentre for Safety Internet, University of CanberraThe online environment: A precursor to illicit synthetic drug law enforcement$143,519.09$157,8712/05/20122/07/2013NNANNA
CONSULTANCIESUniversity of Technology, SydneyAn empirical basis for the ratio of crowd controllers to patrons$133,702.00$147,072.2016/02/201216/02/2013NNANNA
Curtin University of TechnologyThe impact of broader patterns of alcohol supply$105,491.43$116,040.578/11/20128/11/2013NNANNA

2011-2012

SENATE ORDER REPORTING - AIC CONTRACTS RELATING TO THE PERIOD 1 JULY 2011 - 30 JUNE 2012
 ContractorSubject MatterAIC Project/ Grant #Amount of Consideration (GST exclusive)Amount of Consideration (GST inclusive)Start DateAnticipated End DateWhether contract contains provisions requiring the parties to maintain confidentiality of any of its provisionsReason(s)Whether contract contains other requirements of confidentialityReason(s)
PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS      University of New South Wales, Social policy Research CentreEvaluation of drug and alcohol programs for offenders or people at risk of offending in support of the National Indigenous Law and Justice Framework0222$128,773$141,65030/11/20111/12/2013NoNAYesPrivacy Act, Intellectual Property
Walsh and Associates (SA)Drug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$243,200$267,5201/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act, Intellectual Property
APEX Research Pty Ltd (NSW)Drug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$348,160$382,9761/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act, Intellectual Property
Hauritz and Associates Pty LtdDrug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$300,400$330,4401/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act, Intellectual Property
The Sellenger Centre- Edit Cowan UniversityDrug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$264,000$290,4001/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act, Intellectual Property
Transitional Organisation NorthenDrug Use Monitoring in Australia0015$205,488$226,0371/01/201131/12/2012NoNAYesPrivacy Act, Intellectual Property
Australian Institute of Family StudiesEvaluation of Youth Diversion Program0206$305,645$336,2094/01/201122/12/2012YesCosting informationYesPrivacy Act
GRANTS         University of South AustraliaExploitation of electronic evidence from mobile phone mediated drug crimeN111$246,400$271,04024/06/201124/06/2013NoNANoNA
University of QueenslandTargeting the profits of illicit drug trafficking through Proceeds of Crime actionN112$149,973$164,97018/06/201118/10/2012NoNANoNA
Forensic Science, SAHair Drug testing - Hair drug analysis to identify cases of drug facilitated sexual assaultN113$124,724$137,2061/07/201129/01/2014NoNANoNA
Victoria Turning Point Alcohol & Drugs CentreProhibiting public Drinking: Determining the impact on police, the community and marginalised groupsN114$142,160$156,37630/09/201130/09/2012NoNANoNA
Deakin UniversityPatron Offending and Intoxication in Night Time Entertainment DistrictsN115$402,052$442,25729/09/201130/12/2012NoNANoNA
Centre for Internet Safety, University of CanberraThe Online Environment: A Precursor to Illicit Synthetic Drug Law EnforcementN119$143,519$157,8712/05/20122/07/2013NoNANoNA
University of Technology SydneyAn empirical basis for the ratio of crowd controllers to patronsN500$133,702$147,07216/02/201216/02/2013NoNANoNA
PricewaterhouseCoopers AustraliaBusiness case for a national electronic end-user declaration (EUD)N502$202,480$222,7285/11/201114/02/2012NoNANoNA
Monash UniversityAnalysis of supervision skills of juvenile justice workersR101$140,096$154,10611/08/200830/03/2012NoNANoNA
Menzies School of Health ResearchDeveloping successful diversionary schemes for youth from remote Aboriginal communitiesR103$169,280$186,20812/06/200931/07/2012NoNANoNA
Last updated
29 August 2017