Collaborative contracts allow eligible government agencies to purchase goods and services collectively. Three types of collaborative contracts are available to eligible agencies:
Each collaborative contract has a lead agency responsible for the procurement process and the resulting collaborative contract.
Creating value through collaboration
The goods and services provided by our suppliers are often critical to the public and the country’s economic and social well-being. On average 37 cents in every dollar spent by a government agency is with a supplier. Effective procurement helps government agencies deliver better public services while realising value for money.
A collaborative approach to government procurement ensures consistency in contracts, and goods and services purchased across the Public Sector. It also ensures better use of taxpayer money by leveraging economies of scale.
Current and upcoming contracts
You can find a list of all current and upcoming collaborative contracts on our Contracts Register.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further information on collaborative contracts.