Module 3 Slides
Download a copy of the Day 1 PowerPoint slides here. The Module 3 slides have been bookmarked for your ease of reference.
Why is the Mandate needed?
In the video below Chris Perkins, Executive Director of the Queensland Government encompasses the whole process of obtaining goods and services. Beginning with the identification of needs, procurement can include the functions of planning, design, standards determination, specifica... Compliance Branch, speaks to Paul Bidwell, Chief Executive at the Master Builders, and Peter Ong, Divisional State Secretary at the Electrical Trades Union Qld & NT, about what stakeholders think and expect from procuring agencies, the Threshold and the Mandate.
Download a copy of the following Mandate resources:
- Ethical Supplier Mandate 2021
- Guidelines: Ethical Supplier Mandate
- Ethical Supplier Mandate standard operating procedure
Overview of the Queensland Government encompasses the whole process of obtaining goods and services. Beginning with the identification of needs, procurement can include the functions of planning, design, standards determination, specifica... Framework
Application of encompasses the whole process of obtaining goods and services. Beginning with the identification of needs, procurement can include the functions of planning, design, standards determination, specifica... Policies
The QPP is supported by a range of other policies, charters, frameworks, A document detailing information and guidance that assists a user to fulfil a policy requirement or understand concepts about a related process.
• Guides may include specific steps that should ..., tests and principles including:
- Queensland Procurement Policy 2021
- Local Benefits Test
- Small to Medium Enterprise targets (SME)
- Best Practice Principles (BPPs) and Best Practice Industry Conditions (BPIC)
- The Threshold and the Mandate (including Low value procurement is defined by an agency’s existing purchasing threshold, where this value is less than $20,000 (per purchase or order).
• Where an agency’s low value procurement thres...)
- Building and Construction Training Policy
- Queensland Indigenous Procurement Policy (QIPP)
- Queensland Charter for Local Content
- Supplier Code of Conduct
- Legislative requirements such as:
- Disability Discrimination Act 1992
- Fair Work (Commonwealth Powers) and Other Provisions Act 2009
- Industrial Relations Act 2016
- Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017
- Work Health and Safety Act 2011
- Electrical Safety Act 2002
- Information Privacy Act 2009
- Criminal Code Act 1899
- Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017
Each policy contains certain requirements that must be met. Follow the guides below to determine whether each of the circumstances apply.
More helpful links
Links change over time. These two links are a good starting place to find the relevant policies and Queensland legislation:
- Queensland Government Procurement
- Applying procurement policies to BCM
- TMR Tenders and contracts: Information for suppliers and contractors
- Queensland Legislation
Table 4.1 Categories of non-compliance and applicable demerits in the Ethical means an enterprise known to be capable of supplying required goods and/or services. It includes manufacturers, stockists, resellers, merchants, distributors, consultants and contractors. Mandate
The categories of non-compliance and applicable demerits can be found in Table 4.1 on page 7 of the Mandate.