Best practice procurement information for NSW Government buyers, charities and not-for-profit organisations.
NSW procurement objectives
NSW creates value for its citizens when spending public money on goods and services.
Accreditation for goods and services
An agency’s authority to procure goods and services depends on its level of accreditation.
Public authorities, charities and not-for-profit organisations can access the buying power of the NSW Government.
Going to market
Buying for social outcomes
Delivering strategic outcomes for NSW that increase employment opportunities and equality for residents.
Complying with international agreements
Learn which international trade agreement rules and thresholds impact government procurement in NSW.
Ways to approach suppliers
There are different ways to approach suppliers and buy goods and services — some simple, some more complex.
Developing new arrangements
Small and medium enterprise engagement reporting
There are reporting requirements for buyers and suppliers of goods and services contracts over $3 million.
Aboriginal participation reporting
Buyers and suppliers must plan and report on Aboriginal participation in goods and services contracts.
Aboriginal participation in construction reporting
Buyers and suppliers must plan and report on Aboriginal participation in construction works.
There are requirements for NSW Government agencies to publicly disclose some awarded contracts.