Supporting National Sporting Orgnisations (NSOs) and National Sporting Organisations for People with Disability (NSODs), to employ a National Integrity Manager (Integrity Manager).
The National Integrity Manager Grant Program (the Program) is aimed at supporting National Sporting Organisations (NSOs) and National Sporting Organisations for People with Disability (NSODs), recognised by the Australian Sports Commission (Sport Australia), to employ a National Integrity Manager (Integrity Manager) to adopt, implement and embed the National Integrity Framework at all levels of the sport. This will be facilitated through the provision of funding to high-priority NSOs and NSODs to employ an Integrity Manager on either a full-time or part-time basis. Funding may also be used to employ a National Complaints Manager or a joint Integrity and Complaints Manager role.
Sport Australia will administer the Program including making the decisions as to grant recipients and amounts. Sport Integrity Australia will assist Sport Australia with aspects of the Program. In addition to the Program, Sport Integrity Australia will provide support to NSOs and NSODs through a new Integrity Managers network, along with a suite of resources including policy fact sheets, eLearning courses, staff information packs, training courses and promotional materials.
The Program will invest $1.78m to assist sports in employing and embedding National Integrity Managers as key roles in their core workforce to ensure the Australian sport sector is protected against threats to sport integrity.
- Applications open
Tuesday 21 December 2021
- Applications close
3:00pm (AEDT) Wednesday 9 February 2021
- Outcomes notified to all applicants
from mid February 2022
To be eligible to receive funding under the Program, an organisation must:
- be a National Sporting Organisation (NSO) or a National Sporting Organisation for people with Disability (NSOD) recognised by the Australian Sports Commission (for a list of recognised organisations, please visit: https://www.sportaus.gov.au/australian_sports_directory);
- have adopted or committed to adopt the National Integrity Framework; and
- not be an organisation that is named by the National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse or on its list of institutions that have not joined or signified their intent to join the Scheme (www.nationalredress.gov.au).
Grant funding opportunity
Eligible organisations may apply for funding up to a maximum of $120,000 (ex GST) to be used to employ an Integrity Manager or Complaints Manager on either a part-time or full-time basis to assist with the adoption and implementation of the National Integrity Framework. Funding may also be used to employ a National Complaints Manager or a joint Integrity and Complaints Manager role.
Funding will be granted to employ new or additional integrity resources and may not be used to fund existing role/s.
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