International Development Contractors Community (IDCC) is the formal peak body representing international development consultants and contractors working with the Australian aid program.
There are thousands of technical and professional people who have been working with the Australian aid program for a long time, both in Australia and overseas. Not only are they passionate about improving the lives of people in developing countries, they have a wealth of experience, skills, knowledge and contacts which ensure projects are implemented and sustainable.
The word ‘community’ in the IDCC name is a deliberately chosen word – the IDCC is intended to be an inclusive community of technical and professional aid workers, employed as private sector contractors and consultants – present and past. The IDCC will establish a strong working relationship with the Australian Government, enabling DFAT to develop a more strategic partnership approach to its relationships with contractors.
The idcc aims to
Chief Executive Officer
Jane has a wealth of diplomatic and international development experience in British and Australian governments including the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and the UK Department for International Development. She has had overseas postings to Beijing, New York and remote work from Ottawa, and has extensive consultancy experience in health economics and health services management in over 20 countries. Jane is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Her most recent role before her CEO appointment was with DFAT’s InnovationXchange.
The IDCC Board
Rachel Mason Nunn
Senior Manager, Equity Economics and Development Partners
Partner and Principal Strategist, Positive Influence
Regional Manager PNG and Pacific, Cardno International Development
Board Chair, IDCC
Business Group Leader, International Development Assistance, GHD
Chief Executive Officer, Exemplar