Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Register Registration Record
|Registrant - Organisation|
|Business name||Australian Strategic Policy Institute|
|Foreign business registration number|
|Activity type||Communications activity|
|Activity start date||01/02/2019|
|Activity end date||21/03/2021|
ASPI's International Cyber Policy Centre has received grant funding from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Including research grants and funding for a cyber capacity-building program that includes developing and carrying out training sessions and workshops as well as producing progress reports. The aim of the cyber capacity program is to support ASEAN member states with developing and implementing measures consistent with the UNGGE 2015 report’s recommendations, as affirmed by Australia.
|Foreign principal type||Foreign government|
|Foreign principal commencement date||07/05/2019|
|Foreign principal cease date|
|Name of foreign principal||Foreign and Commonwealth Office|
|Foreign country/jurisdiction* associated to||United Kingdom|
|Description of the arrangement with the foreign principal||
ASPI is receiving the grant from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to independently develop, implement and report on a training programme around the UNGGE process and, in particular, the 2015 report which is tailored to the ASEAN region and endorsed by Australia. This project runs from 2019-2020.
* Whether or not an independent sovereign state.