We strongly advise that Queensland Government employees involved in any aspect of the procurement process should not accept gifts or benefits.
Gifts and Benefits Directive and Guideline
The Queensland Public Service Commission released a Gifts and Benefits Directive (PDF, 44KB) and Gifts and Benefits Guideline (PDF, 63KB) effective 1 January 2010 for the giving and receipt of gifts and benefits by employees and agencies of the Queensland Public Service.
Suppliers and potential suppliers to the Queensland Government should be aware that a public service employee should only accept a gift or benefit if it complies with the Directive (PDF, 44KB) and Guideline (PDF, 63KB).
Acceptance of gifts or benefits in the public service
Gifts and benefits register
Gifts or benefits received or given with a retail value of more than $150 must be recorded in the agency’s gifts and benefits register.
Agency registers must be in a form approved by the Public Service Commission Chief Executive and published under the Right to Information Act 2009 as part of an agency’s publication scheme. The register must be published online each quarter, within 10 calendar days of the end of the quarter.
Contact Procurement Transformation.