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7. The Australian Government has provided $2.523 million to fund this proof of concept project. iv. Communications to audiences external to the project, including press releases, must be approved by DEEWR prior to release. b. Internal communications Internal communications should reflect the collaborative and collegial nature of the project. At a minimum, the following communications must occur: Quarterly progress reports, including a final report, from AARNet will be forwarded to DEEWR for dissemination to the project’s collaborative partners. Individuals, sub-groups or steering committees working on individual aspects of the project will report to each other (if a group) and to DEEWR under any of the following circumstances: o Following meetings of the sub group or steering committee Proof of Concept Network Project Final ReportJanuary 2010 Page 48 of 55
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Attachment 7.1 Project Workplan o At all decision points that may impact on the scope, direction, cost and/or timeline of the project o Where issues or decisions may impact on other aspects of the project. DEEWR will communicate with collaborative partners as and when required to ensure coordination of the various aspects of the project, keep the project on track and update collaborative partners on progress of the project and any relevant issues. 7. Procedure for variation of workplan This workplan includes areas of engagement that are subject to variation, particularly in relation to expenditure amounts, where fibre-optic tail circuits may be built and what applications will be trialled across the network. Where a variation is considered to be necessary, the details of the variation, including the reason why the variation is required, must be submitted to DEEWR as soon as the need for such a variation becomes apparent. DEEWR will, at its absolute discretion, agree, not agree or agree with amendment to the request for variation of the workplan. No variation may be made to this workplan without the written consent of DEEWR. _____________ Proof of Concept Network Project Final ReportJanuary 2010 Page 49 of 55
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Attachment 7.1 - Project Workplan Attachment A - Indicative timeline for Proof of Concept Fibre-optic TAFE Network Project Date Activity Outputs (Who) 2008 September 5 Workplan agreed Workplan agreed (All) October 17 Decision - which sites will be included in Stage 3.1 tail builds Decision (DEEWR) November 14 Sign off on funding agreement between Victoria and AARNet, based on agreed workplan; Stages 1.1 and 1.2 begin Funding Agreement (Victoria AARNet) November 17 Stage 3.1 – Commencement of Round 1 tail builds (they will be added to network as they come online) Tail builds begin (AARNet/DEEWR) Meeting of collaborative partners to evaluate project progress, resolve issues and identify actions to be taken Teleconference (All) Meeting of Applications sub-group to plan initial applications to be run on network and decide future actions Teleconference (Aps) Meeting of Technical sub-group to plan and coordinate build, identify issues and resolve to meet timeline Teleconference (Tech)
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