‘Fee for Service Impact Evaluation’ for the Indigenous Ranger Program and further opportunities

Noel Niddrie, Kylie Brosnan, Roland Wilson, Andrew Hawkins

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Abstract

The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) has commissioned Winangali and their partners Ipsos and ARTD to undertake an impact assessment and analysis of Fee for Service (FfS) commercial activities undertaken by Indigenous Land and Sea Management (ILSM) organisations. In this evaluation, FfS is defined as a contractual agreement where a partnering organisation pays fees to a ranger group, or pays the salaries of ranger group staff, in return for land-and sea-management services (labour and intellectual services; the partner may also pay for operational/capital items such as vehicles and machinery). The services are conducted by Indigenous rangers who have been involved on Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) or ranger programs on a casual, part-time or full-time basis.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCommonwealth of Australia
Number of pages105
ISBN (Print)9781925364057
Publication statusPublished - May 2018
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Fee for Service (FfS)
  • Impact assessment
  • ranger groups
  • Land and sea management
  • Indigenous Protected Area (IPA)
  • ranger programs

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