The Practising Tax website aims to provide practical and useful tax information and training to accountants and tax agents. The site sells subscriptions to access these tax resources online so that tax professionals can spend less time researching (or worse - guessing!) and more time doing.
The VCAT website is the first point of call for parties wishing to resolve disputes. It provides general information on the different types of disputes that VCAT can hear, as well as specific information on procedures and processes used to resolve particular types of dispute. The website is divided into separate sections (dispute lists), based upon the types of disputes handled by VCAT. These sections are easily accessible using the simple and clean navigation system. Alternatively, users are able to enter in words or phrases associated with their dispute and the site suggests which dispute list is the most appropriate to look in.
Content creation in each section is controlled by a workflow and publishing model which allows multiple authors to publish pages, which are reviewed by a section publisher before appearing on the public facing site. Content authors are also able to define links between pages on the site and define lists of forms and guides that may be relevant to certain sections or pages within sections.
Better Beginnings has been developed by the State Library of Western Australia as a family literacy program that supports parents as their children’s first teacher. It works through strong partnerships with public libraries, local governments, health professionals and schools to build awareness in the whole community of the value of reading and sharing stories with young children from birth encouraging and supporting parents in sharing books and activities that foster language and a love of reading with their young children; and promoting the vital role of public libraries as community hubs that provide ongoing support to parents and caregivers in giving their children a love of reading.
Jobs Australia is the peak body for nonprofit organisations that assist unemployed people to get and keep jobs. The network helps members to make the most effective use of their resources and promotes the needs of unemployed people for the services and support that will help them to participate fully in society.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation (CRC-REP) is focused on delivering solutions to the economic disadvantage that affects remote Australia. A partnership organisation of more than 50 members including the Australian Government and four state and territory governments, numerous non-government organisations, universities and other research providers, private businesses and industries from mining, pastoralism and tourism.
National and State Libraries Australasia (NSLA) brings together the national libraries of Australia and New Zealand and the State and Territory libraries of Australia allowing them to work collaboratively on projects to strengthen the information infrastructure in Australia and New Zealand.