Local Government Procurement

Ayesha Huq

Ayesha Huq

LGP’s Procurement Capability Grant Program Boosts Central NSW Joint Organisation’s Sustainable Procurement Initiatives

Last year’s (FY23) procurement capability grant program saw councils accessing over $97,000 in procurement-related funding, marking a significant investment in the improvement of procurement practices across the region. Among the successful recipients was the Central NSW Joint Organisation, a collaborative effort comprising five joint organisations across regional NSW. The Central NSW Joint Organisation utilized the …

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Willoughby City Council Addressing Modern Slavery Risk in Procurement

Following the introduction of the NSW Modern Slavery Amendment Act 2021, NSW councils from 1 July 2022 must take reasonable steps to ensure that goods and services procured by and for the council are not the product of modern slavery. Additionally, a council’s annual report must contain a statement of the steps taken. In response …

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