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Giving a boost to business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce Down Under, the Australian
government announced Tuesday it would be handing out US$6.64 million in funding for B2B
projects over the next five years.
The Information Technology Online (ITOL) grant program offers grants of up to $102,000 for
B2B projects across a wide range of industries and, according to the Australian
government, serves as a catalyst for the adoption of B2B e-commerce.
Please follow-up with more information/information source about the program. My major concern in the light of this news is how effective and timely is such a step and should similar program be considered in the USA? (if there are already grant programs like the ITOL program in the USA please elaborate on where to go for more info). Thanks you.
Can you please send me more information and tell me how a Government Organisation can apply for Aust. Gov. funding for B2B projects?
The official site is located at http://www.noie.gov.au/projects/ecommerce/ITOL/index.htm - the sites features application guidelines, profiles, and general information.
Could you please advise of how we can obtain more information on the ITOL program and how we go about applying for funds.