The Queensland Government Procurement Plan (QGPP) details procurement priorities from a coordinated, whole-of-government perspective.
It also outlines strategies to address these priorities and achieve the best value from expenditure on suppliers, services and capital works.
The plan is updated annually to reflect the next three years.
Corporate procurement planning
A corporate procurement plan (CPP) establishes how an agency organises, resources and manages its procurement to get the best value from its expenditure on goods, services and capital works.
This is the strategic plan for the management of procurement across the agency.
The State Procurement Policy (PDF, 338KB) requires agencies plan their procurement at the corporate level and in relation to significant individual projects or aggregated categories of expenditure classed as significant procurement.
The CPP process
Future significant procurement is to be identified and planned through the CPP process as outlined in the diagram below.
View larger version (JPG, 161KB) of the above process.
We don’t specify what form the CPP takes; it is recommended agencies present it in a way consistent with the agency's own planning and performance management framework.
However, we may provide a CPP planning pack which provides a recommended methodology for corporate procurement planning.
To request a CPP pack and associated documents, please visit the QGCPO GovNet site. Please note: Access to this site is restricted to Queensland Government employees and some other authorised users.
Contact Procurement Transformation.