Skip links and keyboard navigation

Skip to primary navigation | Skip to secondary navigation | Skip to content | Skip to content | Skip to footer | Use tab and cursor keys to move around the page (more information)
Skip Navigation LinksDepartment of Housing and Public Works > Procurement > Queensland Government Procurement Strategy > Queensland Procurement Policy

Queensland Procurement Policy

The Queensland Government Procurement Strategy is supported by the Queensland Procurement Policy which will be applied across all government agencies and government owned corporations.

The Queensland Procurement Policy principles centre on:

  • putting Queenslanders first when securing value for money—recognising that value for money is more than price paid
  • working together to achieve outcomes—providing a flexible procurement framework based on an agency-led procurement model
  • governance and planning—focusing on a category management approach with a strong governance framework and integrated planning
  • leaders in procurement practice—professionalising the procurement discipline and building procurement capability
  • integrity, probity and accountability—ensuring procurement is undertaken with integrity, that probity is appropriately managed, and that accountability for outcomes is maintained
  • advancement of government objectives—providing the procurement framework to advance

Principles of Queensland Government Procurement. Circle diagram with six sections: Value for money (primary principle); Advancement of economic, environmental and social objectives; Integrity, probity and accountability; Leaders in procurement practice; Working together to achieve outcomes; Governance and planning. 

The enhanced Queensland Procurement Policy 2018 came into effect on 1 June 2018.

Last updated 03 July 2018    Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


 The policy


 Contact us


 13 QGOV (13 74 68)
  Email us​​

Copyright |  Disclaimer |  Privacy |  Right to information |  Accessibility |  Jobs in Queensland |  Other languages

© The State of Queensland – Department of Housing and Public Works 2009–2019

Queensland Government