Consultation for 2022 List of Critical Technologies in the National Interest
The Department of Industry, Science and Resources wants your feedback on the List of critical technologies in the national interest
The Australian Government is committed to backing critical and emerging technologies to provide the country with a clear competitive advantage, accelerate productivity growth, create well-paying jobs, and secure supply chains.
As part of that commitment, the Critical Technologies Hub (previously known as the Critical Technologies Policy Coordination Office (CTPCO)) is consulting widely for a new 2022 List of Critical Technologies in the National Interest. They want to know:
– should they add or remove any technologies from the List (including reasons)
– should they change how they describe technologies
– how often they should update the List
– feedback on the Critical Technologies Profiles (previously known as Tech Cards)
– if the List has influenced decisions in your organisation about technology investment or adoption.
Read the Consultation Paper and make a submission
Attend a roundtable meeting
They are also planning roundtable meetings with interested stakeholders. Meeting dates and registration information are available from the consultation portal.
Please send any questions to CTHub@industry.gov.au.