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Australia And New Zealand Government Procurement Agreement

Online database of public procurement notices and invitations published in the official National Printing Bureau gazette. Users can search for the release date, product/service category and location. (ii) by another public authority, including another agency, a Commonwealth government agency, another Australian state or territory, or a local government; The governments of New Zealand and Australia today reaffirmed their commitment to a single competitive public procurement market by signing the Australian and New Zealand Public Procurement Agreement (ANZGPA), Economy Minister Steven Joyce said. The provisions of international agreements apply to all departments, government offices or agencies (organizations), with the exception of certain entities bound by the Victorian Purchasing Committee guidelines when the organization procures goods or services of expected value (at the time of the issuance of the invitation to delivery) that exceeds: Note: For the purposes of this Guide, the international agreement refers to any international agreement entered into by the state or the Commonwealth and applicable to the obtaining by an organization. Where the provisions of the agreement are considered to be an unreasonable burden on a government undertaking, the Agency may, through its respective Minister, under paragraph 7 and Schedule 1, appeal to the Minister of Public Works and Services to partially exempt the part or the whole agreement. business.gov.au is an online government resource for the Australian business community. business.gov.au gives you easy and convenient access to all the government information, help, forms and services you need. It`s a comprehensive administrative service that provides important information about the planning, start-up and growth of your business. (g) obtaining necessary support measures to protect human, animal or plant life or human, animal or plant health, including the protection of native or at-risk animals or plants. Any country may impose import sub-quarantine requirements, but these requirements should not be used as a means of arbitrary or unjustified discrimination or as a disguised restriction on trade; And after the procurement, the Public Procurement Organization is obliged to publish without delay the following details concerning purchases: value for money and fairness are purchasing principles that are particularly relevant to international agreements.