The Queensland Procurement Policy (2013) (PDF, 1.78MB) delivers benefits for government, suppliers and the community through the six principles of Government procurement.
Principle 1: We drive value for money in our procurement.
Principle 2: We act as 'one Government', working together across agency boundaries to achieve savings and benefits.
Principle 3: We are leaders in procurement practice - we understand our needs, the market, our suppliers and have the capability to deliver better outcomes.
Principle 4: We use our procurement to advance the government's economic, environmental and social objectives and support the long-term well being of our community.
Principle 5: We have the confidence of stakeholders and the community in the government's management of procurement.
Principle 6: We undertake our procurement with integrity, ensuring accountability for outcomes.
The Queensland Procurement Policy applies from 1 July, 2013.
Please contact us if you require a superseded version of the Queensland Procurement Policy.
The following resources have been developed to assist agencies to understand and implement the Queensland Procurement Policy.
We also have a range of guides and resources available to help agencies undertake procurement in line with the Queensland Procurement Policy. View these resources in the complete list of procurement guidance materials.