We’re making it simple, clear and fast for government agencies to buy digital products and services from information and communications technology (ICT) sellers.
Please note: We’ve now brought together our guidance about ICT procurement into one, easy to navigate home at buyict.gov.au
What we do
We set up and manage ICT procurement initiatives on behalf of the Australian Government. This means we establish marketplaces, panels and agreements to simplify the process of buying and selling digital products and services to government.
Our panels and marketplaces are groups of evaluated sellers who offer approved digital products and services that government agencies commonly use. Our whole-of-government agreements are with select sellers where the Australian Government has identified a need based on volume buying or spend.
We also manage the policies that govern how agencies buy digital products and services. These policies aim to simplify government procurement and level the playing field for industry sellers.
Buying digital products and services for government
Buying digital products and services for government means you'll need to follow some rules and understand when you must use a marketplace, panel or whole-of-government agreement. You'll also need to understand how the Australian Government buys products and services and establishes value for money.
Selling digital products and services to government
Selling digital products and services to government means you'll need to follow some rules and show that you offer value for money products and services. You'll also need to understand how the Australian Government buys digital products and services.
Where to find out more
Visit our ICT procurement initiatives at buyict.gov.au