Public Sector Innovation
The Public Sector Innovation Fund supports projects that test new approaches to solving complex policy challenges and delivering public value.
By providing project grants we seek to transform innovative ideas into better outcomes for Victorians, while fostering a dynamic environment of collaboration within the Victorian public sector.
Our focus is on innovative projects that respond to Victorian Government policy priorities and reflect the principles and approaches of public sector reform.
The Innovation Fund is open to applications from any organisation working with or within the Victorian public sector. Applications can be submitted at any time.
Dan Groch & Ezekiel Kigbo from Code for Australia talk with Byte Into It about the new Code for Victoria Innovation Challenge. Listen to the interview.
Nominations are now open until 18 April 2016 for the inaugural Victorian Premier's iAward For Public Sector Innovation. Read more about the Public Sector Innovation iAward.
13 May 2016
Victorian researchers will receive a funding boost to determine the best methods to overcome barriers that prevent Victorian children from being fully vaccinated.
15 April 2016
The Victorian Government has teamed up with Code for Australia to launch the Code for Victoria Innovation Challenge, using technology experts to help improve the delivery of government services.
24 March 2016
The Victorian Government's Public Sector Innovation Fund will support a crucial project to improve access to crisis accommodation for women and children fleeing family violence.
9 March 2016
Public sector innovation will be recognised by a new award category at the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards.
2 December 2015
A project making it easier for Victorian victims of family violence to seek protection through our courts will be expanded and improved under the Victorian Government's inaugural Public Sector Innovation Fund.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the Innovation Fund or the application process:
Andrew Niere, Manager
Justin Halliday, Senior Policy Officer