The annual Queensland Government Procurement Report contains an analysis of the procurement capability and performance of Queensland Government budget sector agencies.
In the report, the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and challenges of Queensland Government procurement are identified. This helps inform strategy development for the future direction of procurement across the sector. This report also includes the progress of the implementation of the Queensland Government Procurement Plan.
In addition, six monthly progress reports are prepared against each of the priority areas in the Queensland Government Procurement Plan (PDF, 154KB) and against the whole-of-government measures targets (see Procurement performance measurement system below).
Procurement performance measurement
The Procurement Performance Measurement System (PPMS) is part of the overall procurement performance management and reporting framework. It is a data dictionary that establishes a suite of measures which can be applied at agency and whole-of-government levels.
A complete suite of measures has been developed to provide comprehensive reporting across agencies’ procurement capability and performance, and to be used for analysis across the sector (within the annual Queensland Government Procurement Report).
The measurement system is organised around three perspectives:
The image below represents the core and supplementary performance measures for Queensland Government procurement and how they support the delivery of the whole-of-government procurement plan priority areas and the Queensland Government’s community objectives.
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Contact Procurement Transformation.