Good procurement requires effective practices that improve efficiency, reduce costs and enhance overall customer experience. While some businesses rely on internal procurement measures to secure the best price on goods and services, others understand there is another way to achieve this important goal, all while reducing risk and increasing rewards. 


Joining an Australia-wide procurement network, such as one through Procurement Australia, can be an excellent way to:


  • Access hundreds of everyday and innovative products and
    services through one streamline process
  • Reduce risk and improve internal procurement processes
  • Save precious time and money.

Your partners in procurement success

The Procurement Australia team is here to help you achieve your procurement goals, meet

your deadlines and deliver exceptional outcomes.

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Interested in becoming a member of Procurement Australia?

We’d love to have you onboard.  

About Advisory Services

Our Advisory Services provide our members with in-depth research, expert knowledge, informed recommendations and sound advice. Using our extensive knowledge of bespoke procurement, insurance and the building industry, we assist our members to manage and execute strategic actions that lead to lasting change, improved performance, and a more robust bottom line.


Through the great relationships we’ve built with suppliers, industry leaders and partner consultants around Australia, we are helping members to:

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Collaborative procurement: better outcomes for everyone

Section 109 of The Local Government Act 2020 sets out the procurement requirements for local government entities, which includes a sub-item requiring Councils to seek collaboration with other Councils and public bodies in the Procurement of goods or services and to demonstrate that requirement in their planning process.

An attractive benefit of Collaborative Procurement is the savings it can produce, easing the strain on public sector budgets and/or the need to make public money extend as far as possible.


By bringing together budgets from multiple organisations to approach the market with an aggregate requirement, members can have more buying and negotiating power and secure a better deal.


Procurement Australia is here to support our members with our Collaborative Procurement solution and can help develop or broaden Procurement Plans, connect members with our extensive supplier list, and assess current projects to identify avenues for collaboration.


Reach out today to get started.


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ProcureRight is an end-to-end approach to procurement strategy that works to get you exactly what you need, when you need it; be it common or highly specialised products, services or advisory consulting requirements across procurement and supply chain.Through our unique ProcureRight process, we’ll work with you every step of the way to get intricate projects over the line.


With ProcureRight you can expect:

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Procurement Australia's Bins for Victoria

In 2018, the Victorian Government began overhauling its approach to waste and recycling, including a commitment to develop a circular economy policy.

In response to consumer and council feedback, ambitious targets were set in order to reduce waste, cut plastic pollution, grow the economy, and establish a recycling system Victorians can rely on long-term.


The Victorian government has since announced a new 4-bin waste disposal system to be rolled out throughout the state as part of a 10-year Recycling Victoria package. The $300 million package includes $129 million worth of initiatives to drastically improve kerbside recycling. While there are numerous challenges ahead with this aspiring program, many councils are strategising how to implement programs and processes that support the state government’s approach, while also upholding their own waste and recycling priorities.


To assist LGA members to achieve these goals, Procurement Australia has awarded four suppliers with the Mobile Bins contract. The tendered outcomes of this contract (2110-0503 – Mobile Bins First Extension) will help to ensure every council has access to waste disposal and recycling bins that are sustainable, locally made and easy to integrate into their existing systems.

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