Under this collaborative new approach, both first ministers will meet every year to set the priorities for the next 12 months.
A historic agreement between South Australia and the Northern Territory will usher in a new era of collaboration that will benefit both sides of the border.
The new Strategic Partnership Agreement was signed at a joint meeting of South Australian and Northern Territory Cabinet Ministers in Alice Springs on May 24 2017, an Australian first.
Going beyond traditional cooperation between states and territories, the new Strategic Partnership Agreement will provide the foundation for collaboration and joint investment in mutual priorities, and a united voice on the federal stage across a number of policy areas.
The new Agreement will replace the existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and will provide a more structured approach to the implementation of priority initiatives and will focus on delivering real benefits for citizens in both jurisdictions. Under this collaborative new approach, both first ministers will meet every year to set the priorities for the next 12 months.
Five priorities have been identified for the first year of the agreement:
The Strategic Partnership Agreement can be found at sa.nt.gov.au.
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