Victorian Government Purchasing Board
Achieving Excellence in Government Procurement

***CenITex Gains VGPB Accreditation***

The VGPB would like to congratulate CenITex on its successful transition to the VGPB Supply Policy framework effective from 1 July 2017. The VGPB and its Secretariat are looking forward to working with CenITex to support the implementation of its procurement governance and delivery model designed to improve procurement efficiencies.

For more information about CenITex procurement please refer to CenITex's procurement activity plan page

***Supplier Code of Conduct***

The Victorian Government has implemented a Supplier Code of Conduct (the Code) to support its 2014 election commitment to ensure ethical, sustainable and socially responsible procurement.

The Victorian Government views its suppliers as partners and cares about the way that they do business when providing goods or services, including construction works and services, to the Victorian Government.

The Code describes the minimum expectations in the areas of: integrity, ethics and conduct; conflict of interest, gifts, benefits and hospitality; corporate governance; labour and human rights; health and safety; and environmental management.

Suppliers to the Victorian Government are advised to review the Code and ensure that relevant areas of their business and supply chain meet these standards.

Government buyers can find out more under the Code policy page of this website. 

For further information please contact the VGPB Secretariat on 9651 1699 or alternatively contact your internal procurement unit or equivalent.

 

***Victorian Government Paper Procurement Guide***

The Victorian Government paper procurement guide has been developed to provide Government buyers with recommended standards for sustainable paper procurement. 

 

Setting standards for the buying of paper - where a Victorian Government department or agency has and/or introduces its own paper procurement policy or guideline, it is recommended that the standards are in line (as a minimum) with those detailed in this guide.

 

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