Investment Decision Making Framework for ARDC Co-investment Programs

The Investment Decision Making Framework for ARDC Co-investment Programs document outlines the broad course of action the ARDC takes in making co-investment decisions and what our stakeholders can expect from us.

A co-investment program is a set of stakeholder partnerships (formalised as projects) involving contributions from the sector and the ARDC. This includes cash and in-kind commitments, infrastructure, services, consultancy and strategic advice. Platforms and National Data Assets are 2 examples of ARDC co-investment programs.

The Investment Decision Making Framework outlines a transparent process from program conceptualisation to decision making. The framework is a precursor to the full program logic, which includes subsequent steps for monitoring, reporting, project evaluation and feedback into strategic directions.

  • Investment Decision Making Framework for ARDC Co-investment Programs

    DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7145692

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