Procurement Activity Plan
DELWP’s planned procurement activity for at least the next 12-18 months is summarised in the following document.
All DELWP planned procurement projects are subject to revision or cancellation. The information in the Procurement Activity Plan is provided for planning purposes only. The plan does not represent a solicitation or constitute a request for proposal, nor is it a commitment by DELWP to purchase the described goods or services.
Guide for suppliers
Suppliers must ensure that they and their employees, workers, representatives, suppliers and subcontractors comply with the standards of conduct set out in the guide and in other contractual obligations to the department.
Supplier Satisfaction survey
To help the State Government and DELWP better understand your experience of the procurement process and identify areas for improvement, we would greatly appreciate your feedback on the procurement process via a short online survey.
The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete.
The survey is being conducted by ORIMA Research, an independent social research company, on behalf of the Victorian Government Purchasing Board (VGPB). ORIMA Research will treat all your responses, comments and information as strictly confidential. No individual or supplier will be able to be identified from the research results.
DELWP requests for tenders and expressions of interest for contracts are available from the Victorian Tenders website. Other state government department tenders are also advertised at this site.
Environmental Considerations in Procurement Activity
DELWP is committed to minimising the environmental impact of the goods and services purchased to meet DELWP requirements. DELWP aims to meet this commitment by:
- Purchasing goods and services that have reduced impacts on the environment, compared with competing goods and services that achieve the same function and value for money outcomes
- Defining environmental procurement priorities based on assessment of environmental risks and their ability to influence environmental outcomes
- Considering environmental impact when defining specifications for goods and services
- Assessing the potential environmental impact of entering into a commercial engagement with a supplier, where appropriate.
Procurement and Ethical Employment
DELWP is committed to ensuring that all providers of goods and services to DELWP meet all obligations to their employees under any applicable industrial instruments recognised or registered under the National Workplace Relations System.
Contact the DELWP Customer Service Centre on 136 186.
Procurement Complaints Management
To lodge a complaint regarding an aspect of the DELWP procurement process, write to:
Chief Procurement Officer (CPO)
Level 13 - 2 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Or email the CPO at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complaints will be managed in a consistent, fair and transparent manner in accordance with the process outlined in the framework.
For other types of complaints, please go to DELWP Making a Complaint.
DELWP’s Procurement Framework
DELWP’s procurement framework is underpinned by high standards of probity, accountability and flexibility, with a focus on:
|Value for money||This judgment takes a range of financial and non-financial factors into account, including the mix of quality, cost and resources; fitness for purpose; total cost of ownership; and risk.|
|Accountability||The Accountable Officer may conduct procurement activities and reviews to provide value-for-money outcomes.|
|Probity||Procurement activities and processes are held to high standards of behaviour and actions,, including equity, confidentiality, avoiding conflicts of interest, and upholding consumer/supplier confidence in the integrity of government procurement processes.|
|Scalability||The complexity of a procurement project is measured against the tendering organisation’s capability to conduct it to achieve a good procurement outcome.|
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