Procurement Success Could Be An Indicator Of Unambitious Targets


A recent roundtable demonstrating the success of the Federal Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy could be a sign the targets being set are not ambitious enough.

Liberal MP Julian Leeser is the Chair of the Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs, which is currently underway with an inquiry into pathways and participation opportunities for Indigenous Australians in employment and business.

Leeser told NIT the policy has been enthusiastically adopted by departments, with Indigenous procurement now described as “part of the culture” within agencies.

Read the full article at the National Indigenous Times.

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