The Business Research and Innovation Initiative – Automatic mutual recognition of occupational registrations (AMR) round focuses on improving information sharing to make it easier for businesses to take up interstate job opportunities.

AMR BRII challenges and successful innovative solutions


Improving information matching and exchange between jurisdictions to address information sharing challenges for occupational registrations and licences subject to AMR

3 projects have been funded under this challenge with grants totalling $205,230. They include Spectar Group Pty Ltd who will use the grant to develop software that will extract licencing information from various systems used across Australia.

Improving information matching and exchange between jurisdictions for the building and construction industries

2 projects have been funded under this challenge with grants totalling $138,500. They include Electrocomms and Energyutilities Industry Skills Council Ltd who will use the grant to develop a secure system that will allow regulators to access information about a worker’s license status.

Improving information matching and exchange between jurisdictions for security, property, transport and liquor and gaming industries

3 projects have been funded under this challenge with grants totalling $196,301. They include the Real Estate Institute of Australia Limited who will use the grant to deliver a national real estate licencing exchange system focused on data collection and classification.

Improving uptake of the opportunities available through the Automatic Mutual Recognition of Occupational Registration scheme

2 projects have been funded under this challenge with grants totalling $134,246. They include Stenning & Associates Pty Ltd who will use the grant to establish a national occupational registration and licensing information search service.

Find out more about the BRII AMR grant recipients and their innovative solutions.