This Guidance helps public construction procurement practitioners determine when a procurement is ‘public construction’. Although there are some types of procurement that are relatively easy to categorise as public construction, in practice other types of procurement are more difficult to categorise.
The (effective 1 July 2018) replaced the former Ministerial Directions No 1, 2 and 4 for Public Construction. The following fact sheets assist in understanding the Ministerial Directions for Public Construction Procurement in Victoria.
This Fact sheet sets out a summary of key changes to introduced in the Ministerial Directions for Public Construction procurement (effective 1 July 2018).
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This Fact sheet identifies where the former Ministerial Directions have been incorporated into the Ministerial Directions for Public Construction procurement (effective 1 July 2018), and gives a summary of what has changed. This fact sheet does not comprehensively describe the new Directions and should not be used as a substitute for reviewing them.
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This Fact sheet sets out the transition provisions applying to the Ministerial Directions and the Instructions for Public Construction Procurement. It sets out the substantive provision of the relevant Direction or Instruction and describes how the transition provisions modify their operation. The period within which the transition provisions apply is also described.
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This checklist details the mandatory requirements Responsible Bodies and Accountable Officers must meet to allow for full attestation of compliance with the Ministerial Directions and Instructions for Public Construction procurement.
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This Fact sheet identifies and summarises issues relating to the use of standing offer arrangements. It also seeks to distinguish between Supplier Panels and Registers of prequalified suppliers.
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This fact sheet summarises the Tip Truck Policy, describes how to calculate minimum rates of pay for tip truck owner drivers engaged in the removal of soil and rock from excavation work on Victorian Government funded construction projects and sets out managerial responsibility and compliance requirements.
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Reviewed 14 November 2019