The Procurement Coordinator assists the business community in matters relating to procurement activities conducted by the Australian Government.
The roles and responsibilities of the Procurement Coordinator are:
- providing external parties with an understanding of the Commonwealth Procurement framework;
- handling of certain complaints;
- monitoring issues related to Australian Government procurement; and
- reporting to the Minister for Finance on procurement matters where necessary.
Further information and assistance relevant to Australian Government procurement is available at the links below:
- Selling to the Australian Government
This guide is relevant to suppliers looking to do business with Australian Government entities that are required to apply the Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPRs).
- Commonwealth Procurement Rules
The Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPRs) establish the procurement policy framework within which entities determine their own specific procurement practices.
- AusTender 
AusTender provides centralised publication of Australian Government business opportunities, annual procurement plans, multi-use lists and contracts awarded.
- Lodging a Complaint with the Procurement Coordinator
The Complaints Handling Charter provides you with information on lodging a complaint for the Procurement Coordinator to consider, and how it will be dealt with.
For matters of public interest refer to the Procurement Coordinator's Blog.
Last updated: 08 September 2016