Five Board Directions have been withdrawn due to the release of the revised Procurement Policy Framework.
The NSW Procurement Board has withdrawn the following Board Directions due to the release of the revised Procurement Policy Framework:
PBD-2012-02 Whole of government contracts
- Requirements to use whole-of-government contracts and specified prequalification schemes are now in PBD-2019-04 Approved procurement arrangements and the revised Procurement Policy Framework.
- The small business exemption is now in the SME and Regional Procurement Policy and PBD-2019-03 Access to construction procurement opportunities by SMEs.
- Other provisions have been superseded by the $10,000 General Procurement Exemption in PBD-2019-04 Approved procurement arrangements and the revised Procurement Policy Framework.
PBD-2012-07 Multi-agency access arrangements
- Requirements to facilitate agency access to prequalification schemes, standing offers and panel contracts are now in the revised Procurement Policy Framework and the Accreditation Program for Goods and Services Procurement.
PBD-2013-02 Statement on promotion of competition
- Requirements to promote fair and open competition are now in the revised Procurement Policy Framework.
- Guidance on promoting competition is available on ProcurePoint.
PBD-2013-05 Probity advisers and auditors
- Mandatory requirements to manage conflicts of interest arising from the engagement of probity advisers and auditors are now in the revised Procurement Policy Framework with guidance available on ProcurePoint.
- Best practice guidance on engaging probity advisers and auditors is available on ProcurePoint.
PBD-2015-01 Cessation of print advertising of government tenders
- Requirements to advertise government tenders electronically are now in the revised Procurement Policy Framework and Premier’s Memorandum M2011-16 NSW Government tenders advertised on tenders.nsw.gov.au.
For more information, contact the NSW Procurement Service Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org or 1800 679 289.