Procure IT Framework

NSW Government agencies must use the Procure IT Framework to buy information and communications technology (ICT) related goods and services. This is mandated by Procurement Board Direction 2017-02

The Procure IT Framework comprises:

  • Procure IT v3.2 - for all ICT procurement over $500,000 and all high risk ICT procurement
  • Short form ICT contract - (Short form contract replaced by Core& agreement 1 November 2018) for all ICT procurement contracts below $500,000 that are not high risk.  
  • Core& agreement (Low Risk) - The Core& agreement (Low Risk) will become mandatory on 1st November 2018 following a 3-month transition period. The transition period commences 1 August 2018. Core& agreement (Low Risk) applies to all low risk ICT procurement up to the value of $500,000 (excluding GST).

Purchases made prior to 1 September 2017 will still operate under the version of Procure IT current at the time:

Download a table to compare the differences (PDF,343KB) between Procure IT v3.2 and Procure IT v3.1.