In recent years more than 73,000 contracts with a total value of $71 billion were awarded to businesses throughout Australia. Was your organisation one of them? Read on to find out.
From cleaning services to engineering, office equipment and supply, education and training, dozens of Australian Government organisations purchase a wide variety of goods and services from the private sector.
Below we have listed the top 10 in-demand service industries (in alphabetical order).
1. What are Government Tenders?
No, you do not have to be Australian to sell to the Australian Government. For any procurements with national security implications, you may be required to hold a security clearance in order to provide goods and services to a government organisation. This holds for our New Zealand tenders as well of which we have on Australian Tenders.
7. Do you have to have insurance to respond to a tender?
Some common types of insurance that potential suppliers may like to consider include public liability insurance, product liability insurance, professional indemnity insurance and general business insurance.
8. Workers Compensation Insurance? Do you need it?
9. Can small businesses tender?
If you have more tendering questions or wish to start tendering but are not sure how, why not email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we have a team that's willing to help you on your tendering journey.