Are you part of a Queensland Government agency or shared service provider and want to know if your procurement practices are effective and efficient?
We can answer these questions as part of a procurement capability and performance assessment (PCPA).
Benefits of the PCPA process
- Provides an objective assessment of the procurement process
- Uses a proven methodology which compares agency effectiveness against a public/private sector benchmark
- Highlights procurement strengths and weaknesses
- Gives targeted plans to achieve best practice operation
We monitor the effectiveness and implementation of the PCPA recommendations regularly.
The follow up process starts at least 6 months after a PCPA is formally handed over to the agency. This is repeated 12 months later, but in more depth.
Each year, we also get formal advice from agencies about their PCPA implementation progress through their corporate procurement plans.
Contact Procurement Transformation.