Biodiversity

Australian Biological Resources Study

ABRS Forms

ABRS National Taxonomy Research Grant Program

Note: All reporting forms are to be submitted either electronically (with a PDF of the signature page) to abrs.grants@environment.gov.au OR as posted hard copies.

If you are uncertain of your grant type or the reporting requirements, please contact the ABRS Grants and Business Officer.

For further information regarding these forms please visit our Grants home page.

These due dates are guidelines only. For specific grant reporting due dates please contact the ABRS Grants and Business Officer.

Funding Agreements

All grant recipients who receive funding from the ABRS, are subject to the terms and conditions set out in the ABRS Grant Funding Agreement.

The Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities has developed standard funding agreements for grants. Applicants who are successful in receiving funding under the ABRS NTRGP are subject to the conditions set out in the following funding agreement templates.

Note: These funding agreements are samples only and may vary slightly from year to year.

Application Form and Guidelines

Capacity-Building Grants

Research Grants

2008–2009 Reporting forms

2008–2009 Research Grants (and prior)

Note: Only Research Grants were available prior to 2008–2009. For Capacity-Building Grant reporting templates, see 2009–2010 Reporting Forms.

2008–2009 Financial Acquittal

2009–2010 Reporting forms

2009–2010 Capacity-Building Grants (and onwards)

2009–2010 Research Grants (and onwards)

2009–2010 Financial Acquittal

ABRS National Taxonomy Research Grant Program Student Travel Bursary

Bursaries forms

For further information regarding these forms please visit our Bursaries page.

Bush Blitz Taxonomy Grants

For further information regarding these forms please visit the Bush Blitz Taxonomy Grants   page.

Bush Blitz Reporting forms

Bush Blitz Capacity-Building Grants

Bush Blitz Research Grants

Tactical Taxonomy Contracts

Funding and research