The Social Procurement Framework imposes mandatory planning requirements on:
departments and agencies – to prepare a Social procurement Strategy; and
government buyers – to incorporate social procurement into regular procurement planning or prepare a Social Procurement Plan during procurement planning. The value of the individual procurement activity determines which requirement applies.
These requirements focus on the planning phase of the procurement lifecycle.
Access the guides that explain the planning requirements under the Social Procurement Framework:
|Social procurement roadmap to guide procurement planning||The high-level planning roadmap will help departments and agencies implement the Social Procurement Framework|
|Social procurement – Planning requirements for departments and agencies||Find out when and how departments and agencies are required to plan for social procurement|
|Social procurement – Planning requirement for government buyers||Find out when and how government buyers are required to plan for social procurement|
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Reviewed 07 October 2019