Resources to help your small business acquire the knowledge and skills to tender for NSW Government contracts and local government opportunities
Selling goods and services to the NSW Government and councils can be an important growth opportunity for small businesses. The NSW Government spends more than $40 billion each year on the procurement of goods, services and construction.
It can be challenging, however, for a business to qualify as a government supplier, identify suitable tender opportunities and navigate the procurement process.
The Commission has partnered with TAFE NSW to deliver online training modules for small businesses on how to become a successful supplier to the NSW Government. The modules cover four major topics:
- Getting Business Ready
- Finding Opportunities
- Selling to Government
- Successful Supplying
Those who successfully complete the courses receive a certificate of acknowledgment.
Guide for Small Business
Register your business for procurement opportunities with Georges River Council
Georges River Council is interested in creating working relationships with local business.
Please register your business in the GRC local supplier platform by clicking on below link:
The most reliable way of being notified of an opportunity for your business to provide goods and services is to register on the Georges River Council e-Tendering site https://www.tenderlink.com/georgesriver/.
You can find more information about Council’s tendering policies and procedures at https://www.georgesriver.nsw.gov.au/Council/Governance/Codes,-Policies-and-Registers
Some other useful organisations, Council partners with and recommends you are register your business with are;
- Local Government Procurement – https://lgp.org.au/
- NSW ProcurePoint – https://www.procurepoint.nsw.gov.au/supplying
- South Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils – https://ssroc.nsw.gov.au/
Procurement Australia – http://www.procurementaustralia.com.au/current-contracts/
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