Test sample 2
Finding the right supplier, going to market and awarding the contract. test change
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What you need to know
- You must notify and brief the market, and the way you do this matters.
- What you need to do depends depending on the nature and size of the contract.
- You should always select suppliers using a fair and transparent process.
- When you award a contract you often need to use certain templates or include particular provisions.
- You still have obligations after awarding the contract, including disclosing all contracts over $150,000.
- Sometimes you must find a supplier through our NSW Government contracts or prequalification schemes.
Notify and brief the market
You must notify suppliers of an open or upcoming procurement in a certain way.
Several rules and policies govern how you must select the supplier in any procurement.
Negotiate and award a contract
When you negotiate and award a contract there are certain rules you must follow.
After awarding a contract
After awarding a contract to a supplier there are some obligations and requirements you must fulfil.