IDC Australia is a representative body for private sector development practitioners through which development agencies, partners and members can share and access expertise, knowledge, learning and advice to improve development effectiveness.
Founded in the late 1990s, the IDC is a voice for an industry that continues to be a significant contributor to addressing global development challenges.
We represent innovative and experienced private sector companies and individuals committed to delivering aid better. Read more
The IDC is governed by an Executive and includes a Chair and a Deputy Chair. A representative from a SME member and an individual member is included in the Executive.
Members are required to sign up and adhere to the IDC Code of Conduct.
We remain focused on effective development.
We raise awareness of what is working and what could better in the delivery of development.
We will contribute to the debate that informs better policy and practice.
DFAT's Aid Supplier Conference will be an opportunity for those involved in the delivery of the Australian Aid Program to find out about opportunities, policies and priorities. The conference will focus on practical aspects around procuring and implementing effective aid activities, and will include opportunities to discuss current and future procurement plans.
MEET THE EXECUTIVE
Membership is open to individuals and organisations involved in the delivery of Australian aid activities.
Application for membership can be taken at any time with an assessment of eligibility undertaken by the IDC Executive and the applicant’s acceptance of the IDC Code of Conduct.