New Air Combat Capability – Industry Support Program

The New Air Combat Capability – Industry Support Program (NACC–ISP) was established in 2010 to support Australian industry and research organisations involved in the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program. The purpose of the program is to enable Australian companies and research organisations to support the development of new or improved capability to win work in the production, sustainment and follow-on development phases of the F-35 JSF program. The NACC–ISP is a grant program that is delivered with the assistance of Department of Industry through the Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) and AusIndustry.

NACC–ISP grant recipients

The Commonwealth grants guidelines require Defence to publish information on its individual grants for reasons of transparency and public accountability.

Details of grant recipients will be published no later than 14 working days after the funding agreement for the grant takes effect. This information will be retained on the NACC–ISP website for at least 2 financial years (FYs).

For information on grants awarded under the NACC–ISP Program please see NACC–ISP grant recipients

In no event will the NACC–ISP Program be liable to any person in contract or otherwise if any information on this site is incomplete or inaccurate. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars and include the goods and services tax where applicable.

NACC–ISP Program Guidelines

Applicants are advised to review the NACC–ISP Program Guidelines.

Further information about the NACC–ISP can be found here or contact the CDIC on 13 28 46.

Please visit www.business.gov.au/cdic to register for updates on the CDIC.