Q2032 Procurement Strategy
The Q2032 Procurement Strategy (Q2032) (PDF, 6.4MB) (the Strategy) will help Queensland businesses get ‘match fit’ to supply to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
There will be $180 billion of government procurement between now and 2032. That’s in addition to the contracts delivered by the Queensland Government and Brisbane 2032 Organising Committee to build the stage and put on the biggest spectacle this state has ever seen. The Buy Queensland approach will ensure the economic benefits of hosting the Games are maximised and shared among Queenslanders.
The Strategy aims to help businesses win contracts to supply to the Queensland Government, other suppliers and the world market before, during and after the Games.
The Strategy is a three-step ‘Ready, Set, Go!’ game plan for Queensland businesses. Highlights include:
- Develop the MyGamesPlan tool which will allow suppliers to test their preparedness and link them to integrated support from Queensland Government agencies.
- Publish and implement the Q2032 Small Business Procurement Action Plan
- Appoint a Q2032 Small Business Procurement Advisor
- Publish the Queensland Government Forward Procurement Pipeline including Games-related opportunities
- Build on the Small Business Friendly Program
- Publish guidance on certifications and qualifications supporting sustainable supply
- Through the Buy Queensland approach and the Queensland Indigenous Procurement Policy Review, establish settings to prioritise procurement with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander businesses
- Publish an annual Q2032 Procurement Update
- Establish the Q2032 Industry Advisory Group
- Deliver regional Growing Queensland Business roadshows
- Build collaboration across supply chains
- Publish Games-related open tenders on a new QTenders platform
- Profile local suppliers at international events
- Deliver the Go Global Export Program
- Deliver the New Markets Program.
- Last updated:
- 5 October 2023