Policy: Procurement probity
To ensure ethics are upheld when undertaking procurement to:
- protect the integrity of each procurement being undertaken;
- promote public confidence; and
- manage conflicts of interests, both perceived and actual.
Probity should not be viewed as a barrier to the achievement of value of money. Instead, probity should be applied to each aspect of the procurement process with common sense and flexibility.
The probity framework for purchasing goods and services with University funds.
This Policy applies across the University.
- The University is committed to ensuring a high standard of probity in all phases of the procurement process.
- University procurement is conducted with reference to the requirements outlined in the Procurement Probity procedure.
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|Purpose||To inform staff of the probity framework for purchasing goods and services with University funds|
|Topic/ SubTopic||Finance - Purchasing|
|Effective Date||27 Sep 2022|
|Next Review Date||27 Sep 2027|
|Responsible Officer:||Chief Financial Officer|
|Contact Area||Finance and Business Services|
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013
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