Over 1700 businesses responded to the Premier’s call to help supply medical equipment and hygiene products to our essential services workers.
Government is seeking capable cleaning companies to prequalify to supply the increased demand for cleaning services arising from the COVID-19 crisis.
Guidance has been issued on undertaking emergency procurements using clause 4 of the Public Works and Procurement Regulation 2019.
There are new policy requirements to use local businesses for bushfire-related works and to consider regional suppliers first.
From 15 March 2020, a standard commercial framework will apply to consulting services contracted under the ICT Services Scheme.
Agencies must use local businesses within communities impacted by bushfires.
The code documents a minimum set of expectations and behaviours when doing business with the NSW Government.
Digital.NSW and NSW Procurement are one step closer to launching ProcurePoint’s replacement– buy.nsw guided buying.
Core& agreement (Low Risk) is changing to Core& Contracts.
To help the bushfire recovery process, a new portal and concierge service to connect regional suppliers and buyers are now live.