Local Government Procurement

Tania Lalor

Tania Lalor

Responding to the NSW Anti-slavery Commissioner’s Guidance on Reasonable Steps

In December 2023, the NSW Anti-slavery Commissioner released his Guidance on Reasonable Steps (GRS) to manage modern slavery risks in operations and supply chains. The GRS came into effect on 1 January 2024. It sets out the main issues and concepts to be understood to meet reporting and due diligence expectations (i.e undertake ‘reasonable steps’) …

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2023 Annual Sustainable Procurement Survey

It is time again for the Sustainable Choice Annual Sustainable Procurement Survey. The survey follows the core elements of the ISO 20400 Sustainable Procurement guidance standard and provides valuable information and statistics on progress in relation to embedding sustainability into the procurement process. The survey has been sent to General Managers at all councils with …

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ISO20400 Sustainable Procurement Training

Are you wanting to optimise procurement to gain best value for money and meet sustainability goals, including: net zero targets, reducing environmental impacts, gaining social value, increasing local spend and employment, increasing supplier diversity, modern slavery prevention, and implementing a circular economy? ISO 20400, the international standard for sustainable procurement, is an internationally recognised framework …

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Webinar – Reducing Modern Slavery risks in Council Supply Chains

LGP Consulting Products Webinar Series “Reducing modern slavery risks in council supply chains.” The first annual reporting period for modern slavery will very soon end and many councils are grappling with how they can effectively reduce the risk of modern slavery occurring within their supply chains. Under new legislation that came into effect on 1 …

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