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Infrastructure Australia is seeking submissions for the next update of the Infrastructure Priority List (IPL), which will be published in February 2020.
We are inviting Australia's governments and non-government bodies to identify infrastructure problems and opportunities of national significance.
We welcome proposals for all types of infrastructure, including programs of related works and programs for network optimization.
To submit an initiative to Infrastructure Australia, please complete a Stage 1 Template (Problem Identification and Prioritisation), which is linked below. A checklist has also been included as a guide to including the right information. The Assessment Framework provides further detail on each submission stage, and how to complete each template.
The Priority List is a ‘live’ document and is open to submissions at any time, but to be considered for the 2020 publication, submissions must be received before 31 August 2019.
We encourage you to discuss these submissions with us as they are being prepared. This should assist in ensuring that appropriate information is provided for us to conduct our assessment.
For more information or to discuss the submission process, please contact our Project Advisory team on (02) 8114 1900 or email us at email@example.com.
This article first appeared on www.infrastructureaustralia.gov.au
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