Draft Sustainable Procurement Policy

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Council has recently reviewed our Sustainable Procurement Policy in an effort to explore options to increase Council’s procurement from local businesses via recalibrating scoring systems in Council’s tendering assessment process.

The updated policy proposes an increase of the “Strengthening of Local Economic Capacity” mandatory scoring criterion for all tender processes be increased from 5% to 10%.

We invite the community and potential suppliers to provide comments and feedback on the draft policy.

Feedback closes on 31 May 2020

Council has recently reviewed our Sustainable Procurement Policy in an effort to explore options to increase Council’s procurement from local businesses via recalibrating scoring systems in Council’s tendering assessment process.

The updated policy proposes an increase of the “Strengthening of Local Economic Capacity” mandatory scoring criterion for all tender processes be increased from 5% to 10%.

We invite the community and potential suppliers to provide comments and feedback on the draft policy.

Feedback closes on 31 May 2020