All NSW Government agencies should advertise tenders electronically and not by print advertising.
NSW Government agencies should have internal mechanisms in place to ensure that probity considerations are routinely taken into account in procurement decisions. The use of external probity advisers and auditors by NSW Government agencies should be
Government agencies must identify procurement covered by international procurement agreements and ensure they comply with requirements under those agreements. The New South Wales Procurement Board Guide to International Procurement Agreements
Defines approved goods & services procurement arrangements for NSW Government agencies
A NSW government agency must use whole-of-government contracts for obtaining the goods or services where a contract applies.
Procurement category management plans must promote competition and address specified matters including the impact that the plan has on competition.
Defines approved goods & services procurement arrangements for NSW Government agencies commencing 1 July 2016.
This Direction deals with the procurement of goods and services by a government agency within the meaning of the Public Works and Procurement Act 1912 (the Act) except as noted, this Direction applies to the procurement of all goods and services by
Arrangements that apply for the procurement, engagement and use of Business Advisory Services.
Procurement accredited NSW Government agencies can engage a supplier through direct negotiation on short term contracts valued up to $250,000 (including GST) in order to do proof-of-concept testing or outcomes-based trials.