Not for profit groups and universities are eligible customers who may access Local Government Procurement (LGP) contracts. The full list of current contracts may be viewed here* and are available for immediate use in NSW and ACT.
Who is Local Government Procurement (LGP)?
LGP is a prescribed entity under s55 of the Local Government Act 1993 (NSW) and wholly-owned subsidiary of Local Government NSW (LGNSW). LGP’s core business is establishing contracts with panels of suppliers across categories of goods and services after a full tender process. This process follows comprehensive legal, due diligence and probity systems. LGP also provides a fully-integrated procurement service.
Why should I use LGP contracts?
- Decrease reputational risks
Every contract follows rigorous due diligence, probity and compliance requirements. LGP’s status as a Prescribed entity under s55 of the Local Government Act 1993 (NSW) provides organisations with additional assurance.
- Dedicated support through your own business manager
Receive ongoing individual support, LGP manages all contracts and supplier relationships.
- Increase your organisation’s savings in dollars and time
Better pricing via economies of scale and savings in time/opportunity costs in not tendering are estimated to be hundreds of millions of dollars.
How do I access LGP contracts?
Not for profit organisations must register their organisation with LGP, by completing the online registration form. Click on the register here button below to access this form.
Please contact Luke Kenny for further information.
*NB: Microsoft Licensing and Associated Products & Services via Large Account Resellers (LGP108-2) and Operating Lease Services to cover Information and Communications Technology, Photocopiers, Printers & other Equipment (LGP1107-2) are not available.