The State Procurement Policy (2010) (PDF, 1.28MB) delivers benefits for government, suppliers and the community through the commitment to three equally ranked objectives: advancing priorities of the government, seeking value for money and purchasing with probity and accountability. The policy was updated in June 2012 to reflect machinery-of-government changes and amendments to the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement thresholds.
We also manage government terms and conditions.
State Procurement Policy 2010
Executive Government approved the application of a new State Procurement Policy from 1 September 2010.
The policy implements the procurement-related reforms contained within the Queensland Government's Response to Integrity and Accountability in Queensland (PDF, 428KB), released in November 2009. It is generally fully reviewed every five years, with the last full review completed in late 2007.
Please contact us if you require a superseded version of the State Procurement Policy.
Procurement guidance and resources
We have a range of guides and resources available to help agencies meet the objectives of, and implement, the State Procurement Policy.
View these resources in the complete list of procurement guidance materials.
State Procurement Policy implementation resources and fact sheets
- Self assessment checklist (DOC, 718KB) for compliance with the State Procurement Policy, also available as a spreadsheet (XLS, 967KB)
- Implementation checklist (PDF, 158KB)
- Supporting local suppliers, regional development and employment (PDF, 111KB)
- Sustainable procurement (PDF, 100KB)
- Disclosure requirements and the QGCPO's eTender website (PDF, 136KB)
- Probity auditors and advisors (PDF, 100KB)
- Queensland Contracts Directory (PDF, 102KB)
- Government terms and conditions for the provision of good services (PDF, 126KB)
- Government Information Technology Contracting (GITC) Framework (PDF, 107KB)
For more information contact us on (07) 3235 4333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.