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Office of the Chief Advisor—Procurement

The Office of the Chief Advisor—Procurement (OCA-P) supports an agency-led, centrally enabled procurement model where agencies are responsible for their own procurement.

The OCA-P supports agencies to deliver better outcomes for Queenslanders through their procurement. It provides advice and support to help agencies make informed decisions, and drive consistent and effective outcomes across the public sector.

Specifically, the Office of the Chief Advisor—Procurement:

  • provides informed and strategic advice to senior stakeholders regarding Queensland’s procurement direction, policy and practice, as well as related whole-of-government issues
  • provides guidance materials, practical tools and templates
  • supports whole-of-government procurement governance bodies
  • facilitates improved stakeholder engagement, both across government and with industry
  • builds foundations for improved procurement-related information and knowledge management including cross-agency spend, performance management and reporting framework, procurement-related data management, and supports category councils to build and publish forward procurement pipelines
  • focuses on building procurement leadership and capability across the sector including a procurement professional accreditation framework
  • manages and oversees the delivery of critical business systems supporting procurement and contract management operations.

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