GAP translates research and discussion into practical economic outcomes for all involved in the GAP process.
Since its inception in 1997, GAP has achieved a remarkable track record in facilitating the creation of permanent bodies and successful joint ventures. These include the Centre for Social Impact, International Centre for Democratic Partnerships (ICDP), Australian Society for Progress and Wellbeing (ASPW) and many others.
The following chart represents the organisations and stand-alone entities created as a result of the GAP initiatives.
National Consultative Committees
Through its national consultative committees, GAP works to ensure the recommendations flowing from each GAP initiative are given a proper consideration and acknowledgment by relevant authorities.
The consultative committees represent both private and public interests and comprise senior executives from the federal and state governments, industry and academia.