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
...and more to come! The Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) held its first meeting for 2021 on March 12 commencing with a reflection on ABAB’s successes since its inception in 2016. Read the post meeting Communique, here.
Measuring against ABAB’s commitment to drive integrated best practice BIM solutions, consistent Australia-wide approaches and the provision advice and guidance on best practice, the score card is ablaze with green wins for both government and the building and construction sector.
The Australasian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC), representing Australian and New Zealand government jurisdictions, has developed a five-year collaborative Procurement Professionalisation Strategy to deliver ‘A professional procurement capability that delivers effective solutions to achieve public outcomes’.
After extensive community consultation, in conjunction with international procurement professional bodies, the Procurement Profession Role Statement and Procurement Capability Framework documents developed by the APCC's PCD Forum are currently being finalised and will be released shortly.
APCC's Annual Benefits & Highlights Summary 2020
The Australasian Procurement & Construction Council Inc (APCC)
Annual Benefits and Highlights Summary provides members with a snapshot of achievements and activities of the APCC Directorate, and the outcomes and outputs from the efforts and resources provided by our members.
This Report highlights the importance of sharing knowledge to leverage and add value to what and how governments buy, build and occupy government property.