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These procurement resources aim to support knowledge development and sharing between Community Service Organisations to enhance organisational sustainability, viability and efficiency in procurement.

Links to procurement policies and resources from the Victorian Government Purchasing Board, other Government bodies and organisations have been provided. Although many are sourced from Government, Community Service Organisations could adapt these to suit their needs or use them as a guide to the development of procurement processes in their organisation.

Information has been included on Whole of Victorian Government contracts including the process for eligible Community Service Organisations to access the Whole of Victorian Government contracts.

Also included are links to other offers and suppliers for Community Service Organisations. It is the responsibility of Community Service Organisations to investigate whether these meet their needs and we acknowledge that there are many more that we have not covered. Refer to the Department of Human Services disclaimer notice for details about using information on the Departments websites.

These resources are supported by the Community Sector Investment Fund, which was established to invest in initiatives and infrastructure that support efficiency and sustainability in the non-government sector. They have been developed in collaboration with Community Service Organisations and Government representatives with expertise in procurement.

Whole of Victorian Government contracts

  •  Accessing Whole of Victorian Government contracts
    Provides information on accessing Whole of Victorian Government contracts. The Victorian Government has negotiated a range of favourable Whole of Victorian Government contracts for the purchase of goods and services. Eligible Community Service Organisations may be able to access the benefits of some of these contracts.

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Supported by the Community Sector Investment Fund (external link - opens in a new window).