- University purchasing activities provide value for money.
- To achieve the best outcomes for the University, purchasing is conducted in a manner that encourages competition amongst suppliers.
- University funds are used in an efficient, effective and ethical manner.
- University procurement complies with Commonwealth, State and Territory legislation.
- The University complies with the Work Health and Safety Act (Cth) 2011, and other legislation, national standards and codes of practice to ensure that the workplace is, as far as reasonable practicable, safe and healthy for staff, students and visitors.
- University procurement activities encourage positive environmental outcomes through the promotion of environmental standards as defined by the National Environmental Standard (Matters of National Environmental Significant) 2021.
- University purchasing activities fulfils probity requirements highlighted in the Procurement Probity policy and procedure.
- University procurement is conducted in accordance with the practices outlined in the Procurement procedure.
|Printable version (PDF)
|To inform staff of the framework for purchasing goods and services with University funds
|Finance - Purchasing
|27 Sep 2022
|Next Review Date
|27 Sep 2027
|Chief Financial Officer
|Finance and Business Services
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013
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