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 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.