Major Committees

Council of Chief Executives

Effectively acting as the board for APCC, our most senior jurisdictional representatives provide the strategic direction of the APCC.

ICT Commercial Strategies Special Interest Group

Designed to support the delivery of smarter ICT procurement practices and solutions, with value for money outcomes at its core

ANZ Health Procurement Roundtable

Leveraging the combined knowledge and expertise in government health procurement to deliver best value

Construction and Asset Management Special Interest Group

Identifies the need for construction and asset management based procurement solutions at both the policy and delivery level. This group regularly consults with industry

Digital Procurement Special Interest Group

Dedicated to adding value to jurisdictional projects regarding digitising and transforming procurement

Government Property Group

Adding value and promoting excellence in the way government delivers property solutions, with a focus on office accommodation.

 

GPG also recognises our emerging leaders in this sector through the Recognition of Excellence Award.

Nominations close 4 October 2019.

Strategic Procurement Special Interest Group

Typically covering goods and services procurement, assists members in sourcing solutions to procurement challenges and strive towards innovative practices

Procurement for Schools and Training

Leveraging each other's learnings in procurement of education goods and services to support delivery of education, early childhood and training services

Procurement Capability Development Forum

Focuses on the enhancement of skills and professionalism of procurement officers in a nationally coordinated way

Australasian BIM Advisory Board

Provides leadership to improve productivity and project outcomes through the adoption of Building Information Modelling

Women in Government Property

Support network for women working and building careers in the government property sector
www.wigp.com.au

Interactive Roundtables (IRTs)

Convened as teleconferences or videoconferences, IRTs allow category specific discussion amongst public sector executives. Topics evolve with discussion and address up-to-the-minute issues, such as (but not limited to)

  • social procurement

  • category level discussions

  • category management techniques

  • construction procurement technologies

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