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Annual Procurement Plan View - Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
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IMPORTANT: All Planned Procurements are subject to revision, withdrawal or cancellation. Information about Planned Procurements is provided for planning purposes only and it does not represent a solicitation or constitute a request for proposal, nor is it a commitment by the Government to purchase the described property or services.
Strategic Procurement Outlook
The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science facilitates the growth and productivity of globally competitive industries. It also supports the building of a strong scientific capability, business innovation, and the commercialisation of new ideas as critical requirements for productivity and economic growth.
Globally competitive industries are important contributors to Australia’s economic growth and productivity. The jobs and prosperity of today, tomorrow and the future can be secured through competitive businesses and industries, attracting investment and opening new markets for Australian resources. The Australian Government’s approach continues to be to build an agile economy powered by strong, self-reliant and innovative businesses in a challenging environment in which our population is ageing, terms of trade have fallen from record highs, the global outlook is uncertain and businesses face intense global competition and disruptive technological change.
The department works closely with industry, businesses, the science community and other stakeholders, and across governments to help build a globally confident and outward looking Australian economy through: supporting science and commercialisation; growing business investment and improving business capability; and simplifying doing business.
• support businesses to collaborate with scientists and researchers in universities and other institutions to maximise commercial returns from the government’s significant annual investment to science and research and development
• promote the growth of internationally competitive industries by facilitating nationwide action on collaboration, commercialisation and international engagement
• facilitate competitive market places and business innovation to assist with business and industry transition
• support regulatory frameworks to sustainably expand Australia’s resource base and underpin its international competitiveness
• contribute to unlocking the potential of northern Australia
• reduce costs to business through the delivery of simple, easy to access services and information and streamlined regulation and government-to-business interactions.
Accessible Housing - Impact Assessment
Original: Quarter 2 2018/2019
Provision of business advisory and business facilitation services to deliver the Entrepreneurs’ Programme
Advice on the impact on energy networks from new building work changing the uptake of on-site renewables
Advisory advice for co-investment funds
Compact Frequency Comb
Legal drafting of the SKA Site Entity Agreement
Grant Administration Services for the Business Grants Hub
Original: Quarter 2 2019/2020
Procurement of research services and reports for the domestic and global food, drink and foodservice industries
2020 review of operations of the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority
2020 review of operations of the National Offshore Petroleum Titles Administrator
A macro economic impact assessment of the proposed recommendations in the Building Confidence Report
Engagement of Director services for the Entrepreneurs' Programme
Original: Quarter 2 2019/2020