The City, as the second largest local government in Australia, undertakes substantial procurement (in the order of $750 million annually) for the carrying out of works or the provision of goods and services and the disposal of non-current assets.
The following information and resources are designed to assist current and potential suppliers on understanding the internal practices supported by the City, including sourcing to contract procedures, policy and legislation requirements.
Learn more about the way the City conducts and carries out procurement including ‘buy local’ governance, procurement policy and annual City Contracting Plan.
Innovation is the first of six key themes of the Economic Development Strategy aimed at promoting business and economy in the local community.
Learn why social procurement is an important part of the City’s future strategy and vision, and how to benefit. View upcoming social procurement opportunities in the annual City Contracting Plan.
Find ways to contact the City’s Procurement branch about any of the above areas of interest, or if you have an enquiry, feedback or would like to lodge a complaint.