Policy: Procurement probity
- protect the integrity of each procurement being undertaken;
- promote public confidence; and
- manage conflicts of interests, both perceived and actual.
- 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
Information generated and received by ANU staff in the course of conducting business on behalf of ANU is a record and should be captured by an authorised recordkeeping system. To learn more about University records and recordkeeping practice at ANU, see ANU recordkeeping and Policy: Records and archives management.