The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs provides funding under the Disability Services Act 1986 (Cth) to Australian Disability Enterprises (ADEs) to provide supported employment assistance to people with disability
In the 2012-13 Budget, the Australian Government announced an increase to the total funding available to Australian Disability Enterprises of $59.6 million which builds into the appropriation price increases delivered to ADEs over recent years, as well as delivering a price increase of 2 per cent for three years from 1 July 2012.
Following this announcement, ADEs were offered new funding agreements commencing from 1 July 2012 under the new standard funding arrangements.
The following documents comprise a sample of the Standard Funding Agreement (SFA) for Disability Employment Assistance and variations.
- Terms and Conditions
- What’s New? What’s Different?
- Questions and Answers
- Schedule including Attachments
- Case Based Funding Prices
Disclaimer: These documents make up a sample copy of the Disability Employment Assistance Standard Funding Agreement 1 July 2012. This copy is provided only for your information and as a guide. If you have entered into a Funding Agreement with the Commonwealth, represented by FaHCSIA, you must rely on the original signed Funding Agreement and any variations you have entered into with the Commonwealth, represented by FaHCSIA. You should seek your own legal advice, if required, about any issue involving the interpretation and/or your capacity to implement any part of the Funding Agreement. While FaHCSIA has exercised all reasonable care in publishing these documents, FaHCSIA makes no representation, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the documents, does not accept any liability for any reliance by you on the accuracy of the documents or makes any representation to the applicability of the documents to you or your circumstances. You should note that you may or may not have executed the Funding Agreement, or any subsequent variations to it, in the particular form expressed in these documents.