The Vegetable Industry Development Program (VIDP) was established in 2009 with the aim of helping growers better prepare their farming business for an expected increase in markets and trade uncertainty together with increased domestic and import competition. The role of the Collaborative Industry Organisations (CIO) program was to support VIDP through communication with members of industry organisations and additional networks; to support the objectives of the VIDP through the delivery of services, information and products from the various VIDP sub programs (Economics, Knowledge Management; Consumers & Markets; People Development; InnoVeg; IPM); to work collaboratively with InnoVeg sub-program as the state delivery agents for the dissemination of VIDP information and resources direct to growers; and informing and encouraging state and regional based growers to register on the new Ausveg website for access to new R&D information and tools via the VIDP Knowledge Management system. The CIO program provided feedback to VIDP of areas to focus development material such as workshops and business cases. The purpose of this report is to detail the CIO – Performance and Outcomes in relation to the Vegetable Industry Development Program (VIDP) with respect to Tasmania.