Local Government Procurement

About LGP

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Creating and driving value for local communities

LGP is a not-for-profit organisation and a ‘prescribed entity’ by legislation, meaning that councils don’t have to go to tender for values greater than the tendering threshold – as they would normally have to.

Our goal is to share our procurement expertise with you, so you become the expert. Our practical knowledge has come from the diverse industries and projects we’ve worked with to drive ongoing progress of your local government communities.

Through targeted training and consulting, we guide you towards sustainable, high-value procurement solutions.

Our customers include all NSW councils, regional organisation of councils (ROCs), joint organisations (JOs), non-NSW councils, not-for-profit organisations, universities, state government agencies and departments.

Who can help?

LGP Board

Get to know our board members here to see their extensive professional leadership and experience in driving LGP’s success, so we always grow towards continuing procurement excellence.

Annual Reports

Find out about our highlights for each year as well as our vision, financials and the vast network of organisations we serve. Take a look through our annual reports to understand LGP more deeply and the data and statistics on how we’ve created success for our customers.

Policies & Useful Links

Here is a quick reference list to the essential associations, government departments and other local government groups and links to relevant policies that govern LGP’s activities.

Meet the Team

Our number one goal is to lead our customers towards procurement success and that means we are on the other end of the phone and meeting you face-to-face when you need us. We pride ourselves on being open, accessible and here to serve the procurement needs of your council or organisation.

We are a team of procurement professionals who understand the real-world needs of the local government community.

What others are saying…

5/5

"As a result of the knowledge of local government, attention to detail, together with the ability to organise and lead the evaluation process, Byron Shire Council now has a robust tender outcome that it can rely on to engage the most suitable candidate to manage its tennis facility.”

Paula Telford

Leasing Coordinator, Byron Shire Council

5/5

"Wollondilly Shire Council used Local Government Procurement (LGP) to help prepare the documents, advertise, manage the assessment and provide probity advice and documentation for our recent Library refurbishment Tender..."

Justin Nyholm

Manager – Works, Wollondilly Shire Council

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