Core& One has been designed so you can use it when procuring one individual solution in one transaction. Core& One is made up of the Core& One - Core Terms plus a set of 4 separate individual Core& One - Solution Requirements that you can choose from.
Download Core& One
- View the core terms: Core& One - Core Terms (DOC, 61 KB)
- Download the:
- Core& One - As-a-Service Solutions Requirements (DOCX, 77 KB)
- Core& One - Professional Services Solutions Requirements (DOCX, 90 KB)
- Core& One - Software Solutions Requirements (DOCX, 158 KB)
- Core& One - Hardware Solutions Requirements (DOCX, 127 KB)
Core& Combined has been designed to be used when you are procuring more than one solution in one transaction. Core& Combined is made up of the Core& Combined - Core Terms plus Part A: Combined Common Terms & Part B Combined Solution Requirements which have been consolidated into one document for ease of reference.
Download Core& Combined
- View the core terms: Core& Combined - Core Terms (DOC, 61 KB)
- Download the:
For more information on how to use the Core& Contracts, please download the Core& Contracts Guidelines (DOC,534 KB).
The Core& Contracts are part of the Procure IT Framework. NSW Government agencies must use the Procure IT Framework to buy ICT related goods and services. This is mandated by Procurement Board Direction 2018-02.
Pre 1 November 2018 contracts
All current contracts executed with the old short form contract format, prior to 1 November 2018 will continue on the same terms until expiry, unless and until the supplier and agency vary the contract under one of the Core& Contracts terms and conditions.
If a pre-1 November 2018 contract is extended or “renewed” in accordance with its terms after 1 November 2018, the contract continues on the terms unless the supplier and agency agree in writing otherwise.
Approval from the Department of Customer Service is required to vary a pre 1 November 2018 contract so as to extend its terms - rather than moving to a Core& Contract - where there are no remaining options to extend.
* Note: All the documents above apply to contracts with suppliers registered on the ICT Services Scheme.