Regional Procurement Preference Policy

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Consultation has concluded and the Regional Procurement Preference Policy has been adopted.


The purpose of this policy is to encourage and support regional businesses and support economic activity within the region, where it is efficient to do so, while achieving Council’s overall ‘value-for-money’ objectives.

Council recognises that through supporting regional businesses it can assist in economic sustainability that will flow to social benefits across regional communities.

This Policy covers all Procurement Activities above $250,000 (GST Inclusive) by Wagga Wagga City Council and its employees. This includes all Tenders and all Quotation processes where there are Preferred Supply Contracts or Pre-Qualified Supplier Panels.


The purpose of this policy is to encourage and support regional businesses and support economic activity within the region, where it is efficient to do so, while achieving Council’s overall ‘value-for-money’ objectives.

Council recognises that through supporting regional businesses it can assist in economic sustainability that will flow to social benefits across regional communities.

This Policy covers all Procurement Activities above $250,000 (GST Inclusive) by Wagga Wagga City Council and its employees. This includes all Tenders and all Quotation processes where there are Preferred Supply Contracts or Pre-Qualified Supplier Panels.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you would like to provide a submission, please complete this form before 2 May 2020.

    Please complete all required fields.

    Your submission will need to state if you have objections, no objections or comments on the document on exhibition.

    Late submissions cannot be accepted.

    Please note that as this is a formal public exhibition process, your submission may be made public, however your personal information will remain private.

    Consultation has concluded and the Regional Procurement Preference Policy has been adopted.

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