Current Public Tenders
- To see the current list of Public Tenders please visit Vendor Panel
- To receive notifications for future Public Tenders please register at www.vendorpanel.com.au
Supplying to UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation (UrbanGrowth NSW)
We are strongly committed to reviewing and improving how we work with our suppliers. As such, our procurement framework reflects the changing needs of our business and supports new innovative ways of working more effectively with suppliers, whether currently engaged with us or seeking future business opportunities.
Vendor Panel is our e-tendering platform through which we obtain tenders from suppliers and release Tenders.
For information regarding how to become an UrbanGrowth NSW approved supplier and/or future business opportunities, please contact UrbanGrowth NSW Procurement on 02 9841 8600.
Code of Conduct for Suppliers
We have set high standards for the way we conduct business, and we expect the same commitment from our suppliers. This is why we have established the UrbanGrowth NSW Statement of Business Ethics. These principles speak to the commitments we make to the community and the standards required when conducting business with us.
We will consider these principles in our supplier selection and will actively work with our supplier partners to ensure compliance with these principles across the supply chain. A prerequisite for any current or potential supplier wishing to do business with us is to have read and understood our Code of Conduct for Suppliers.
As part of our commitment to procurement best practice, we are pleased to confirm our accreditation with Supply Nation. Supply Nation is a not-for-profit organisation committed to facilitating relationships and commercial opportunities with indigenous businesses. To be listed as a supplier, member businesses must be at least 51% owned, managed, and controlled by Indigenous people. Full details can be found at www.supplynation.org.au
UrbanGrowth NSW Work Health and Safety (WHS) Policy
We believe that work health and safety (WHS) is of fundamental importance. Our WHS Policy sets out the requirements to ensure that all operations of the organisation are conducted in a manner which safeguards the health and wellbeing of all workers.
UrbanGrowth NSW Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
We utilise a number of contract types to procure goods, works and services. Please read the Purchase Order Terms and Conditions to understand the minimum terms under which we procure.
We adhere to the New South Wales Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) procurement principles and encourage suppliers to register under the appropriate DFSI prequalification scheme. Suppliers registered under the various schemes are considered ‘approved’ by UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation and are able to register for business opportunities via our e-quoting software, VendorPanel. Further information on DFSI prequalification schemes can be found at www.procurepoint.nsw.gov.au
Aboriginal Participation Strategy
UrbanGrowth NSW is committed to the NSW Government’s strategic economic policy of Growing NSW’s First Economy. We are working with Aboriginal-owned businesses to identify and develop business and employment opportunities through our affiliation with Supply Nation and the NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce.
For contracts over $10 million, suppliers will need to include an Aboriginal Participation Plan in any tender response.
We will also implement reporting requirements for all relevant contracts covered by the Aboriginal Participation Policy and the Aboriginal Participation in Construction Policy.
UrbanGrowth NSW will aim to align with the NSW Government Procurement target for Aboriginal-owned businesses to be awarded at least 3 per cent of the total number of domestic contracts for goods and services issued by 2021.
Some examples of the services we usually engage include:
- Facilities Maintenance/Asset Management
- Events Management
- Graphic Design
- Training –Cultural Awareness, Diversity, WHS
- IT Suppliers
- Heritage Archaeology