- We are committed to the highest ethical standards.
- We expect our suppliers and their supply chains to commit to commit to the highest ethical standards.
- There are serious consequences if you fail to meet our Supplier Code of Conduct, including loss of a contract, investigation, or suspension.
- For construction suppliers, you must also adhere to the NSW Industrial Relations Guidelines: Building and Construction procurement.
Supplier Code of Conduct
As a government, we expect every supplier and buyer to adhere to certain standards of behaviour. We’ve set these out in our Supplier Code of Conduct.
The Code of Conduct is a minimum framework for how we expect you to conduct yourself and your business. Agencies can build on this and hold you to more stringent requirements where it’s appropriate. It also gives you a minimum framework for how you can expect an agency to conduct itself.
If you don’t comply with the Code of Conduct or if you engage in unethical or corrupt behaviour, it may lead to:
- termination of your contract
- loss of future work
- potential loss to your reputation
- investigation for corruption
- criminal investigated
- suspension or removal of your business from prequalification schemes and panels.
Read the Supplier Code of Conduct.
NSW Industrial Relations Guidelines: Building and Construction Procurement
These guidelines apply to all business that bid or tender for NSW Government construction work.
They reflect the NSW Government’s commitment to greater building and construction industry productivity. They’re also designed to make sure we maximise value for money on infrastructure spending.
The guidelines are particularly directed towards making sure businesses comply with the law, work safely and productively and encourage freedom of association.
Read more about the NSW Industrial Relations Guidelines: Building and Construction Procurement.
Use of the NSW Government logo by suppliers
The NSW Waratah logo is a registered trademark and the property of the NSW Government.
Our logo cannot be used by suppliers without authorisation. The terms and conditions of a procurement contract are not sufficient to authorise the use of a trademarked logo.
If you have provided services to the NSW Government, you can reference this as part of your client portfolio with approval from your government agency client.
Please note: the Registered Supplier and Contracted Supplier logos are no longer permitted for use. They should be removed from corporate and marketing materials.