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Priority matrix and how RDAs work together

RDAs work across key priority areas to optimise impact in the regions. 

We look at ways of collaborating with other committees, across geographical clusters or specific tasks to share knowledge, skills and resources.

The priority matrix is a snap-shot of each RDA’s focus areas. The matrix helps to identify common issues or challenges, and identify opportunities of working together with other RDAs, stakeholders and other levels of government. 

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Collaboration creates community transformation

Here are some examples of RDA sharing their ideas, collaborating and projects that are transforming their communities:

RDA Wheatbelt WA
Noongar communities grow local micro-businesses
RDA Far West NSW
Bringing university to town in regional NSW
RDA Gold Coast QLD
Booming clinical trials industry
Export support for booming mining, energy and resource businesses
RDA Tasmania
Local voices plan Smithton’s future workforce