The auDA Foundation Board said in a statement today it's "keen to receive applications that will utilise the power of the Internet to deliver practical outcomes through innovative means that will deliver a benefit to the Australian community."
The last funding round provided grants to several worthy projects.
These included examining the use of Twitter by the courts; the creation of an online Community of Practice for nurse educators; an interactive interface enabling Indigenous communities to access and use three dimensional models of Australian landscapes and determining the preferred forms of service delivery for young people at risk of suicide and self-harm.
The auDA Foundation is a charitable trust established to promote and encourage educational and research activities that will enhance the utility of the Internet for the benefit of the Australian community.
Applications will close at 5.00pm AEST 7 June 2013, and for more information including application details, check out the auDA website here.