Yes, a Concept Proposal Form will need to be completed and submitted along with other attachments as indicated.
Organisations interested in applying for an Incentive Fund grant are advised to read through the Incentive Fund Information Pack for detailed information on how to apply. The Pack includes the eligibility criteria, the Concept Proposal Form, information on the five-stage grant process and a checklist to assist you in collating your Concept Proposal. You can also view our eligibility checklist online.
Yes, an Incentive Fund Information Pack is available containing an overview of Incentive Fund Phase 4 and grant proposal requirements. Download a copy.
Read about the three stages of the grant process here.
Eligible organisations can submit a Concept Proposal at any time. Response times to submitted proposals will vary depending on when you lodge and the number of proposals being considered. The Strategic Management Group (SMG) meets quarterly to review proposals. Refer to the timetable of SMG meeting dates.
A wide range of PNG organisations are eligible to apply for funding, including:
- Provincial and local-level governments and their trading organisations
- Statutory government authorities (such as research organisations, universities, schools and hospitals)
- Community and faith-based organisations
- Private sector organisations
All eligible organisations must be registered with the Investment Promotion Authority or be established by PNG legislation. National government departments are not eligible for funding.