UNLOCKING SOLUTIONS THROUGH COLLABORATION
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 national repository of knowledge and expertise to support improved delivery of services.
The APCC Provides
Public Sector Procurement Profession Survey
The APCC Council of Chief Executives endorsed the five-year Australasian Procurement Capability and Workforce Development Strategy, which includes the development of a standard Public Sector Procurement Profession Role Statement and a range of Procurement Capabilities and Business Skills.
The APCC is consulting with and seeking feedback from a wide range of stakeholders and procurers across various disciplines.
Health of the Australian Construction Industry Research Report
The Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) and the Australasian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC) together representing the interface between government and the building and construction industry welcomes the publication of this report and is honoured to be able to support its research and findings. It is a most important document, especially coming at a time of great disruption in the building and construction industry.
APCC and OECD
APCC and OECD have been working together to share procurement learnings and experiences between countries. Click here to view the videos from the latest webinars:
Public Procurement responses to the COVID-19: Lessons and Experiences from countries
Management of Ongoing Infrastructure Contracts
Also see the OECD International Stocktaking Report and Country Factsheets which focuses on the first phase, when governments have to purchase urgently vital products and services needed in the immediate response to the COVID-19 crisis.