The CRA does not support research and training in the areas of clinical medicine, public health and dentistry. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is responsible for funding research in these areas. A6.1.4 Unless the A6.4.5 subsection is otherwise provided, a proposal may only be submitted for funding under a program that the participant or participants may maintain under these rules on the date of the evaluation of the active project. A9.3.5 The CRA may amend the funding authority if the CRA believes that the particular circumstances of the project warrant an amendment. Any changes or changes are consistent with applicable funding rules and funding agreements. A6.4.5 The CRA calculates the limits of projects and proposals when submitting proposals or when submitting a proposal for liaison projects (and may recalculate this rule when funding announcements are made d other program cycles and if annual account reports are submitted), namely: A7.1.1 The amount and period of funding for programs under the liaison program are described in Parts B to E of these funding rules. The active evaluation date for projects for industrial transformation research centres, which will be funded in 2018, is July 1, 2018. Post-docctors involved in the CRA`s support for the Centre will be instrumental in achieving the results of the research. The CRA will honour the most eminent of these post-doctes with the prestigious ARC Centre Fellowships (ACF) award. CFOs can only be awarded after the ARC Centres of Excellence have been commissioned. The Centre`s researchers are informed of a procedure for filing applications for review and potential approval by the CRA as ACFs.
The ARC Centre Fellowships are awarded only to outstanding candidates – the CRA has evaluated appointments to the CRA Centre Fellowships in a strict peer review process, using the same criteria and standards in existing CRA fellowship programs. The CRA will provide financial assistance to cover the eligible direct costs of a CRA Centre of Excellence research program, which excludes all or part of the salaries of the Director and researchers who continue to work with the administrative institution and other cooperating institutions. Under these funding rules, institutions that are listed in Schedule 2 and are not the management institution, but are staff members of a centre of excellence, are called cooperative institutions. Direct costs include salary expenditures (and local costs) for people conducting research or activities that support research, scholarships for researchers, research equipment, and travel, visitor and research-related meetings. Institutions involved in the ongoing creation and support of a centre must have a strategic intention to establish the scale and importance of research in the Centre`s research field. As a result, they must bear all indirect costs and may provide additional cash or material resources. Indirect costs include payments for appropriate office housing, libraries, laboratories and equipment, as well as other administrative and infrastructure costs, paid by the administrative institution and other cooperating institutions. D5.2.4 Partner organizations whose most funds come from Commonwealth or State or Australian research funding sources are limited, as a result, to contributing to the necessary contribution of the partner organization. Cash and/or in-kind contributions of this type are only permitted to make a maximum of 25 per cent of the necessary contribution from the partner organization.