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NSW Government professionals who work in ICT or ICT/Digital sourcing are invited to attend free ICT Knowledge Network event.
Suppliers are being targeted by an email scam with requests for quotes and purchase orders. The scam email uses realistic looking NSW Government email addresses and websites.
Procurement Technical Standards (PTx) subcategories to be consolidated from 1 October 2019.
The Enforceable Procurement Provisions Board Direction comes into effect on 29 November 2019 and implements government procurement provisions for free trade agreements and other international procurement agreements applying in NSW.
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Five Procurement Board Directions have been withdrawn with the release of the revised Procurement Policy Framework.
NSW Procurement is seeking feedback on the NSW Government Aboriginal Procurement Policy and Aboriginal Participation in Construction Policy.
The revised Procurement Policy Framework commences on 1 July and sets the policy and operating framework for the NSW public sector procurement system.
A new Procurement Board Direction PBD-20109-03 Access to government construction procurement opportunities by small and medium sized enterprises has been approved.
The SME and Regional Procurement Policy aims to make it easier for SMEs to supply to government.