New Inquiry Shows More Than 50% Of Australia’s Government Procurement Has Not Been Open Tender


Despite having a competition policy, more than half of the Australian government’s procurement is via limited tender, an inquiry has heard.

The evidence was given by a senior officer from the national audit office to a House of Representatives standing committee that is inquiring into procurement practices for government infrastructure.

Executive director of ANAO performance audit services Brian Boyd told the committee investigations by the audit office show up to 60% of government procurement has not been open tender since 2010.

Read the full article on Government News.

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