Flinders Research NewsA Research Bite sized information session - Human research ethics

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Research Bites are a new 2020 RDS researcher training and development initiative at Flinders. These 45-minute lunch time sessions are led by subject matter experts and deliver integral information clearly and with brevity. 

The first for 2020, 'Human research ethics information session', will be led by Hendryk Flaegel, Manager, Research Ethics and Compliance. This information session will cover…

  • human research ethics concepts
  • when you need to apply for human research ethics approval
  • the application process at Flinders

We welcome you to bring your lunch along. Register to attend at ienrol - Research.

Flinders Research News2020 SA Science Excellence and Innovation Awards information session at Flinders

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Please join us at an information session for the South Australian Science Excellence + Innovation Awards.

Sally Crocker, Project Officer, Science, Technology and Commercialisation, Department for Innovation and Skills will be visiting Flinders to give an overview of each award category and application timelines.

The information session will be held on Wednesday 11 March, 12.00-1.00pm in the Council Room, Registry, Bedford Park Campus. Please enrol at ienrol-Research.

The SA Science Excellence Awards showcase the critical importance of science and research to the development of industry and our society.

The awards acknowledge the achievements of talented individuals, including recent PhD graduates and early career science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) researchers, who are making an outstanding contribution to society both nationally and internationally.

Awards will be presented in presented in four categories in 2020:

  • Awards for Science Excellence
    • South Australian Scientist of the year
    • PhD Research Excellence Award
  • Award for Excellence in Innovation and Translation
    • South Australian Innovator of the Year
  • Excellence in Science and Industry Collaboration (previously Excellence in Research Collaboration)
  • Awards for Innovation in STEMM Teaching
    • STEM Professional Award
    • STEM Educator of the Year (split into School Teaching and Tertiary Teaching categories)

New OpportunitiesDementia Centre for Research Collaboration Conference Travel Scholarships for 2020 now open

Dementia Centre for Research Collaborations

Ten travel scholarships for early career researchers and postgraduate students are on offer in 2020 from the Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DRDC). A further grant round will be offered in 2021.

International conference travel grants and national conference travel grants are valued up to $5,000 and $2,000 each, respectively. Proposals must relate to a NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research (NNIDR)/DCRC research priority area.

Applications close 5pm AEDT Wednesday 1 April 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 18 March 2020. For application advice and assistance, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII).

The applicant/awardee must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident studying/working at an Australian institution. Funding will be awarded pending acceptance to present at the named conference. Proof of abstract acceptance will be required before funding will be released: (if your presentation has not been accepted yet, you can still submit a conference travel grant application indicating this and providing the expected date of notification of acceptance).

Applicant/awardee must be a member of the DCRC and the NNIDR. Membership is free and available through the NNIDR website.

For further information, visit the NNIDR website.

New OpportunitiesNBCF International Fellowship Program ongoing for 2020

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The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) has established an International Fellowship program to support outstanding Australian scientists/clinicians to strengthen their research experience by working in internationally renowned breast cancer research centres outside of Australia.

Please note that there is no scheduled closing date for this scheme. However, applicants should be aware that the Fellowships can commence at any time, and funding is available for one to two years. All applications will be considered at the time of submission.

For Guidelines and further details please see the NBCF grants website. For application advice and assistance, please contact Gareth Rees, Senior Research Grants Officer (NHMRC and Health).

New OpportunitiesThe Bridge Program 2020 - Transferring skills on the commercialisation of pharmaceutical research

The Bridge Program

The Bridge Program equips researchers and entrepreneurs with the knowledge, skills and networks to enable the successful commercialisation of new pharmaceuticals. Delivered by QUT, the Bridge Program involves a consortium of pharmaceutical companies, universities and industry affiliates.

Launched in 2017, the program selects 100 participants annually from across Australia to take part in face-to-face and online training in the various disciplines that contribute to the commercialisation of new medicines. Covering the scientific, legal, financial, clinical, regulatory and reimbursement elements of pharmaceutical commercialisation, the program is available to researchers, entrepreneurs and others in the pharmaceutical ecosystem from around Australia.

The tacit industry knowledge that the Bridge Program consortium provides makes the program unique in its integration into venture capital and global pharmaceutical networks and its ability to share specific, detailed and practical know-how.

The program is designed to complement work schedules and involves:

  • Online learning materials through an interactive digital platform
  • Bridge Industry Talks series, reaching most capital cities in Australia
  • The Bridge Symposium, held in October over 3 days

As part of the Bridge Program, participants also have the opportunity to participate in the Pitch Competition by submitting a 2-minute video pitch. The winning pitches are awarded a US tour to visit the headquarters of major pharmaceutical companies to expand industry connections and discuss collaboration.

Applications are to be submitted through the online form, accompanied by a two-page CV by 6 March 2020.

For more information, visit The Bridge program website.

This course is fully supported by industry and government, and there is no course fee.

Flinders Research NewsFlinders Microscopy and Microanalysis now includes powder X-ray Diffraction

Flinders Microscopy and Microanalysis (FMMA)

Flinders Microscopy and Microanalysis (FMMA) encompasses instruments across both the College of Science and Engineering and the College of Medicine and Public Health. Their continual aim is to improve the experience and the research outcomes of Flinders staff and students who their our facility and services.

FMMA now includes access to powder X-ray Diffraction (XRD). XRD is a characterisation technique used for examining the crystal structure of materials. The instrument is a Bragg-Brentano geometry X-ray Diffractometer (XRD) with a cobalt X-ray source.

It is ideal for qualitative and quantitative phase analysis, and the determination of crystal structure. The cobalt source allows this instrument to accurately analyse high iron content samples. In addition to this, the instrument is equipped with a capillary stage for the measurement of a very small amount of sample. Data analysis capabilities for XRD include the use of the ICDD PDF-2 Database, DIFFRAC. EVA Software for phase identification as well as the Topas software package (Rietveld refinement method) for crystal structure determination and quantitative phase analysis.

For information regarding access, training and costs, please contact Dr Jing Zhao.

New OpportunitiesJoan Southgate Southern Africa-Australasia Travel Fund

Australiasian Wildlife Management Society

The Joan Southgate Southern Africa-Australasia Travel Fund assists with reciprocal travel and on-costs between Australasia and Southern Africa for Masters, PhD students and early career practitioners studying aspects of wildlife conservation and management, who would benefit from working with practitioners studying in a similar field.

Applicants must be a financial member of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society (AWMS) or the Southern African Wildlife Management Association (SAWMA), for at least a year, at the time the application for the travel grant is submitted. 

The award is available annually for members needing assistance to travel to the affiliate country for study. Applications open 1 February and close on 31 March each year. 

Funds are available for travel, living expenses and accommodation. Up to a maximum of $5000 plus support of registration fees for attendance of either an AWMS or SAWMA annual conference is also available.

The principles to guide the selection of successful recipients from the fund are:

  • The travel will assist in sharing knowledge and skills  in some aspect of conservation management between the two southern hemisphere regions
  • The travel for study should endeavour to provide broad-scale, low-intensity management solutions for the conservation of wildlife
  • The results will be presented to either SAWMA or AWMS annual conference.

The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 17 March 2020. For application advice and support, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Support Officer (IGII).

The AWMS and the SAWMA support the Joan Southgate Southern Africa-Australasia Travel Fund.

For further information, visit the AWMS website.

New OpportunitiesAustralian and the Netherlands Shared Cultural Heritage and Shared Cultural Underwater Heritage programme for 2020

Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Canberra, Australia welcomes project proposals for initiatives focusing on Dutch-Australian cultural heritage to be initiated in 2020.

The embassy’s shared cultural heritage programme identifies 4 themes; the so-called 4 M’s: Maritime, Military, Migrant and Mercantile heritage.

The application/project criteria are:

  1. The project commences after 15 February 2020 but before 1 December 2020 and will run for a period not exceeding four years;
  2. The project promotes the sustainable preservation of Australian-Dutch cultural heritage;
  3. The project focuses on one (or several) of the above mentioned 4 M’s;
  4. The project has a long-term impact;
  5. The project is mainly aimed at an Australian target group, based in Australia;
  6. The project promotes cooperation between Australian and Dutch counterparts;
  7. The project creates awareness and knowledge about Australian-Dutch cultural heritage primarily among an Australian audience;
  8. A strong communication strategy, in which the financial support from the embassy is acknowledged, is part of the project planning;
  9. If applicable: involvement from key stakeholders and the community to ensure the project can continue after Embassy funding ceases.

The final deadline to for applications is 1 October 2020, but applications will be accepted until this date or until funding is exhausted. The Embassy aims to decide on applications within 13 weeks after receiving the original by mail. For application advice and assistance, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII).

More information, including eligibility and the application form, is available at the Netherlands Worldwide website.

Flinders Research NewsRelease of the Flinders University 2020-22 Research Support Plan

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The 2020-22 Research Support Plan has been released and can be accessed at Research Support.

The Research Support Plan provides a framework with actions, responsibilities and a timeframe to support delivery of the research ambition of The 2025 Agenda.

There is a commitment to: 

  • be a community of outstanding scholars engaged in world-leading research that extends the boundaries of knowledge;
  • address challenges of local, national and global significance to deliver outcomes that change lives for the better; 
  • provide our higher degree by research (HDR) students with high quality research and broad-based skills education; and
  • chart a course that takes us to the top 10 of Australian universities and the top one percent in the world.  

The University-wide Support Plan focuses on five areas that underpin achievement of that ambition: 

  • improving the quality of our research 
  • increasing the scale of our research activity
  • enhancing research engagement and impact
  • strengthening our research education and training
  • improving our research support and development services

"I very much look forward to working with you in implementing the actions of the Research Support Plan and achieving the goals of the 2025 Agenda," said Professor Robert Saint, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) upon release of the Plan to all Flinders staff on Tuesday 11 February 2020.

You can access The 2020-22 Research Support Plan at Flinders’ Research Support webpage.

Flinders Research NewsFulbright Scholarships for Australians 2020

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Fulbright Scholarship applications are now open for U.S. study and research opportunities for researchers at all career stages and will close on 6 July 2020.

Fulbright Campus Adviser for Flinders University, Professor Claire Smith (CHASS), will lead an information session for researchers interested in knowing more and/or intending to apply, on Thursday 19 March 2020. The session will detail scholarship categories and how to apply, plus answer your questions.

The Australian-American Fulbright Commission offers Scholarships to Australian citizens to take part in a bi-lateral academic and cultural exchange, pursuing research or study in the USA with the aim to bring back knowledge and experiences to be shared with their Australian communities.

Mary Lyons, Senior Research Support Officer (IGII), Research Development and Support, can provide advice and assistance to research staff, including Flinders postdocs, who are looking to apply. The Flinders internal closing date for awards is  22 June 2020 for a completed final draft application. 

There are a suite of awards. For more information on the awards available, please visit the Fulbright website. In brief:

  • Fulbright Scholar Awards are for academics (at Associate or full Professorial level) and mid-career professionals (with an undergraduate qualification and minimum 10 years work experience) to undertake research and/or training in the United States for 3-4 months in any discipline.

  • The Fulbright Distinguished Chair award is for an exceptional individual at professorial level to carry out research in the United States for up to 6 months.

  • Fulbright Postdoctoral scholarships allow individuals who have completed their PhD in the past 5 years, or who are in the last year of their completion, to undertake postdoctoral research in the U.S. for 3 – 10 months.

  • Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarships allow postgraduate students undertaking their Australian PhD to conduct research in the U.S. for 3 months up to 2 years. Please contact the Office of Graduate Research, for further information on how to apply as a Flinders student.

  • The Fulbright Future Scholarships provides 100% funded opportunities for study and research program in the U.S., for projects that seeks to have a positive impact on the health, livelihoods and prosperity of Australians. Fulbright Future Scholarships are open to postgraduate students and researchers. Awardees will receive funding for full tuition/visiting researcher expenses at a US institution of their choice as well as travel and living costs.

  • The Fulbright Distinguished Chair for US Applicants to carry out research at an Australian sponsoring institution is also currently open and will close on 16 September 2019.

For more information please visit www.fulbright.org.au.

New Opportunities2020 Eureka Prizes program announced

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The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes have announced their 2020 program to reward excellence in Australian science.

The spectrum of prizes cover a broad range of scientific disciplines and aim to recognise the work of scientists and researchers at all career stages.

Over the years a number of Flinders' researchers have received these awards in recognition of their brilliant achievements that make a difference - including members of the Colvera Team (2017), members of the TEPO Team (2016) and Associate Professor Philip Dinning (2011). 

The 2020 program comprises of 17 prizes across the areas of research & innovation, leadership science engagement, and also school science. Entries open on Wednesday 4 March 2020 and close on Friday 1 May 2020. The Flinders internal closing date is 17 April 2019 for a completed final draft application. For assistance in preparing the nominations/applications, please contact Dr Marina Delpin as soon as possible.

The Prizes are the country’s most comprehensive national science awards, celebrating excellence in research & innovation, leadership, science engagement and school science. Entrants can enter themselves or be nominated, with prizes available for both individuals and teams. It’s free to enter, and in 2019 there is a prize pool of $170,000 on offer.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsWhat's on in ienrol research - 13 to 27 February 2020

Proactively Supporting our Research

Book now at ienrol research to access Flinders’ researcher training and development opportunities. Workshops, information sessions, seminars and drop-in sessions aim to provide ongoing development and support to all researchers.

Key workshops in the next three weeks include:
   NHMRC Ideas panel session;
   Library - Optimising your ORCiD
   Library - Introduction to Bibliometrics to inform your research
   Library - Identifying journals
plus scheduled one-one meetings that enable you to meet and work directly with our RDS teams.

Click on the links below to view the course details.

NHMRC Ideas Panel session - Tuesday 18 February 2020

Library - Optimising your ORCiD - Tuesday 18 February 2020

Library - Introduction to Bibliometrics to inform your research - Wednesday 19 February 2020

Library - 'Advanced Searching’ Methodology - Thursday 20 February 2020

One-on-One meeting: NHMRC and Health grants - Thursday 20 February 2020

One-on-One meeting: Industry, Government, International & Internal grants - Wednesday 20 February 2020

Library - Identifying Journals: how to find; where to publish - Thursday 21 February 2020

One-on-One meeting: Industry, Government, International & Internal grants - Tuesday 25 February 2020

Biosafety Training - Thursday 27 February 2020

One-on-One meeting: NHMRC and Health grants - Thursday 27 February 2020


Further courses scheduled for later in the month and beyond are available at ienrol research.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsCall for session convenors at the 7th Biennial ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference 2020

ACSPRI

The Australian Consortium of Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI) will host its 7th Social Science Methodology Conference on 2 - 4 December 2020 at The University of Sydney. The call for session convenors is now open.

ACSPRI welcome proposals for sessions, panels or plenaries. A unique feature of this conference is that it is multi-disciplinary and brings together researchers and methodologists from a range of environments and contexts.

The conference is organised around four themes:

  1. Research paradigms and designs;
  2. Research methods and techniques;
  3. Research technology and tools;
  4. Datasets, data collections and data archiving.

There will be two types of submissions considered:

  1. Presentations where an abstract is reviewed (abstract in the conference proceedings).
  2. Posters - including a student poster competition (abstract in the conference proceedings).

Examples of topics are listed on the call for session convenors form. For more information, visit the ACSPRI website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsClinical Research Governance forum - Update on Implementation of the Birch Review

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Health Translation SA invite you to attend a Forum which will provide important information on the current status of the implementation of the Review of Research Governance in the Department for Health and Wellbeing and related Local Health Network’s Report (the Birch Review). The forum will be held on Tuesday, 18 February 2020, 2.00pm – 5.00pm, in the Auditorium SAHMRI (South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute).

Health Translation SA is facilitating this initiative to implement the 17 recommendations included in the Birch Review. If you are involved in medical, surgical, or allied health research and clinical trials, this is an opportunity to learn about further information on developments in South Australia. 

A strategic leadership group – the SA Clinical Research Governance Steering Committee – has been established to drive this initiative and to date there has been significant work and engagement.

Register now to secure your attendance at this important event. Places are limited so please register early.

Program details can be found on the Health Translation SA website.

For further information on Health Translation SA’s involvement in this initiative please visit their website.

New OpportunitiesExpression of Interest now open for Seaworld Research & Rescue Foundation Inc Marine Vertebrate Grants

Seaworld Research and Rescue Foundation

Expressions of interest (EOI) are now being accepted for the Seaworld Research & Rescue Foundation Inc. Marine Vertebrate Grants.

The research project should meet the objectives of the Foundation, has a marine vertebrate focus and is undertaken in Australian waters. Funding is available from $25,000-$35,000 per year for 1 or 2 year projects. 

The EOI is to be submitted by 1 April 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 18 March 2020. For application advice and assistance, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII).

For further information, including the EOI form, visit the Seaworld Research & Rescue Foundation website.

Seminars Conferences and Workshops2020 Flinders' Biosafety training

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Are you a research staff member or student who works in a PC facility, works with GMOs, genome editing technologies (e.g. CRISPR/Cas9), microbial pathogens, or viruses? Are you new to Flinders or has it been more than 3 years since you last attended Biosafety training at Flinders?

If your answer is yes to any of these, then please register via ienrol - Research for the upcoming Biosafety training on 27 February 2020.

The session will cover researcher’s responsibilities for work involving gene technology, hazardous microorganisms and other hazardous biological samples.

Attendees will gain an understanding of the role of the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) and IBC application processes, biosafety regulatory requirements, physical containment facilities, biosafety risk management, and transport, storage and disposal of biological samples.

For more information, please contact the IBC Executive Officer at ibcadmin@flinders.edu.au.

Register via ienrol - Research.

New OpportunitiesHeart Foundation 2020 Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Awards

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The Heart Foundation Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Awards are now open.

This award is to provide grant funding for research groups and/or individuals conducting research in the cardiovascular health sphere/community. Projects are expected to produce tangible outcomes with the potential of creating high impact change in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cardiovascular health research community, whilst also providing a capacity building opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and/or students.

Applicants will be required to demonstrate how the requested funding will benefit both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and/or communities, as well as how it will benefit the development of knowledge for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cardiovascular health management.

Applications open on 10 February 2020 and close on 3 April 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 20 March 2020.

For advice and application assistance, contact Gareth Rees, Senior Research Grants Officer (NHMRC and Health), Research Development and Support.

For more information, visit the Heart Foundation website.

New OpportunitiesThe CASS Foundation travel awards for Early Career Researchers - 2020 Round 1

CASS Foundation

The Contributing to Australian Scholarship and Science Foundation (CASS) are offering Travel Awards to enable Early Career Researchers (ECR) to attend an international conference of significance to their research. Applicants are expected to be presenting their current research as an invited presenter, as an oral presentation or a poster presentation.

The 2020 Round 1 Travel Awards applications will be accepted between Monday 10 February 2020 and 5.00pm, Friday 28 February 2020. The maximum amount of a Travel Award is $4,500.

For the 2020 Round 1 CASS Travel Awards the conference commencement date (as published on the official conference website) must be between 1 May 2020 and 30 November 2020. For the purposes of a CASS Travel Award an ECR is a researcher whose PhD conferral (the date of the PhD award certificate) falls within a five-year window between 28 February 2013 and 28 February 2018.

Applicants must be either Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents. The Travel Award is not available for travel to attend conferences being held in Australia or to support overseas fieldwork, independent research or courses of study.

Applicants are required to obtain a Letter of Endorsement (on letterhead) from the person to whom they report in their organisation (ie Head of Department, Group Supervisor, etc.). The application form will be made available online when the next round of Travel Awards opens on 10 February 2020. For further information, visit the CASS website.

CASS is a private philanthropic foundation, established in 2001, to support and promote the advancement of education, science and medicine; and research and practice in those fields. CASS is the Trustee for The Walter Mangold Trust Fund. This is a charitable fund that aims to contribute to the study of languages.

New OpportunitiesPrime Minister's Prizes for Science - 2020

Prime Minister's Prizes for Science

The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science are Australia’s most prestigious and highly regarded awards for outstanding achievements in scientific research, research-based innovation, and excellence in science teaching.

The prizes will award up to $750,000 each year for outstanding achievements. The Science Prizes recognise the achievements and success of Australian scientists and innovators to both Australia and internationally.

Nominations of diverse candidates and those from a different range of backgrounds and geographical regions are welcome.

There are 5 Science Prizes for science and innovation:

  • Prime Minister’s Prize for Science ($250,000)
  • Prime Minister’s Prize for Innovation ($250,000)
  • Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year ($50,000)
  • Frank Fenner Prize for Life Scientist of the Year ($50,000)
  • Prize for New Innovators ($50,000)

Each prize recipient receives a medallion, lapel pin, prize money as described above and an award certificate.

Nominations close on 12 March 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 27 February 2020. For application advice and assistance, contact Dr Marina Delpin, Manager, Researcher Training, Development and Communication.

For more information, visit the Prime Minister's Prizes for Science webpage.

New OpportunitiesCall for Tender - Notice for Enhancing the Land Force Support System (sense and respond)

Department of Defence

The Department of Defence is seeking innovative proposals that enhance the Land Force Support Systems’ (LFSS) ability to ‘sense and respond. The focus is on leveraging technologies to improve situational awareness, decision cycles, simplify processes and optimise support outcomes in the following areas: Bulk Commodity Visibility, Personnel/Patient Tracking and Principal Item Management.

This Call for Submissions is Stage 1 of a two-stage procurement process and Stage 1 closes on 27 February 2020. It is open to respondents registered in Australia or New Zealand only. Defence’s objective in this Call for Submissions is to select respondents to participate in the request for proposal process (Stage 2). As part of Stage 2 assessment, respondents will be invited to display their innovations at Army Innovation Day 2020 (AID20) on 1 July 2020.

The LFSS encompasses all logistics, combat service support, deployable infrastructure and health functions to prepare, project and sustain the Joint Land Force across a diverse range of environments.

Proposals should be for technology that can be demonstrated within a preferable 12 month timeframe (from contract commencement), but not to exceed 15 months. If your technology will not be ready in this timeframe, you should not respond to this Call for Submissions and may instead prefer to submit a proposal to the Priority Innovation Notice.

Response are to be submitted by 3.00pm (local time in the Australian Capital Territory) on Thursday 27 February 2020. For application advice and assistance, contact Sarah Jay, Research Grants Officer (IGII).

For guidance on the assessment criteria and weightings, see the Defence website.

Proposals must align with one of the following sub-themes:

  • Sub-theme 1: Bulk Commodity Visibility (fuel, water, ammunition, rations). Examples of this theme include: Enhanced sensor/transactional support systems that reduce manual transactions and improve situational awareness of bulk commodities; Sensors to assist in the accounting, management, storage, testing, and distribution of bulk fuels and POL.
  • Sub-theme 2: Personnel/Patient Tracking. Examples of this theme include: Personnel tracking systems; Improved patient visibility and care status.
  • Sub-theme 3: Deployed Principal Item Management. Examples of this theme include: Enhanced sensor/transactional support systems that reduce manual transactions and provide positive control of deployed land materiel.

Researchers should note the following timelines as attendance at Army Innovation Day (1 July 2020) is a requirement if successful in progressing to Stage 2. 

Call for Submission closes - Thursday, 27 February 2020.

Respondents notified of outcome of Call for Submissions - Monday, 30 March 2020.

 

Release of Request for Proposals (Stage 2)

Request for Proposal submissions closes - Monday, 6 April 2020.

Army Innovation Day 2020 -n Wednesday, 1 July 2020.

Respondents notified of outcome - Friday, 24 July 2020.

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