Infrastructure Report Says Australia’s Public Sector Procurement Practices Require Significant Reform


A key infrastructure report calls for significant reforms to public sector procurement practices and culture, including the creation of nationally consistent contract forms and a decision-making tool.

Infrastructure Australia’s 15-year roadmap says despite major changes in international practices, commercial arrangements in Australia’s infrastructure sector have remained stubbornly resistant to change.

However, it says Australian governments can create a more attractive infrastructure market and add long-term value to projects via reform of procurement practices.

Read the full article at Government News.

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