Governments Working Together
The Australasian Procurement and Construction Council Inc (APCC) consists of Australian and New Zealand government agencies with responsibility for the disciplines of procurement, construction, asset management and property management policy and practice.
As the peak council, the collective membership creates a unique central repository of knowledge and expertise to support improved delivery of services.
The APCC Provides
Trusted forums of public sector procurement professionals
Access to research and comparisons
Evidence-based reflective thinking
Access experienced peers across Australasia
Innovative thinking around current and emerging issues
Turn challenges into results
Verify and compare jurisdictional approaches
Gain analyses and comparisons
The Census is an opportunity to identify everyone who is working within the procurement community, In order to gauge the size of the procurement profession, we’re asking everyone working in the profession to include Procurement in their Occupational Title when they complete the Census.
Procurement workforce data can also be used to support the business case for training investment, notably through vocational, undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses, and the development of career pathways.
The Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) held its second meeting for 2021 on 1 July and endorsed the release of the Australian Building Information Modelling and Digital Engeering Education Position Statement (Education Position Statement).
The Education Position Statement articulates and promotes education and
training standards that drive high-quality consistent digital delivery education in Australia by integrating and aligning with national and international standards and keeping pace with emerging capabilities.
View our latest Media Release, here.
The Australasian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC) and partnering peak associations are launched the Campaign to professionalise public sector procurement through the release of the Public Sector Procurement Profession Role Statement and Procurement Capability Framework.
A webinar to launch the public sector procurement profession standard, was held on June 23. Read more, here.