Buying SAP and Concur products
The SAP and Concur arrangements make it easier for Australian Government agencies to buy SAP and Concur products and services.
What are these arrangements?
The SAP and Concur arrangements make buying SAP and Concur products and services easier for Australian Government agencies.
They also provide benefits and pricing not previously available for smaller agencies.Back to top
Who these arrangements are for
Non-corporate Commonwealth entities must use these arrangements when they buy SAP and Concur products and services.
Corporate Commonwealth entities and state and territory government agencies may be able to use these arrangements.Back to top
Products and services included
The SAP arrangement covers all SAP services, including:
- software licensing and maintenance
- professional services
- cloud services
The Concur arrangement covers all Concur services, including:
- travel and expense management
- implementation services
Using these arrangements
For non-corporate Commonwealth entities that already use SAP or Concur, these arrangements cover your existing contracts.
Get in touch with us if you have any questions about using SAP or Concur products or services.Back to top
These arrangements are part of the Australian Government’s ICT coordinated procurement contracting framework initiatives.
The SAP arrangement is a contractual agreement between SAP Australia Pty Ltd and the Commonwealth of Australia, represented by the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA). The 2 parties signed the arrangement on 29 September 2017.
The Concur arrangement is a contractual agreement between Concur Holdings (Netherlands) B.V. and the Commonwealth of Australia, represented by the DTA. The 2 parties signed the arrangement on 21 December 2017.
These arrangements provide pricing and licensing conditions for all non-corporate Commonwealth entities.
Government buyers who use this arrangement must still comply with the following policies and processes:
- Commonwealth Procurement Rules
- the PGPA Act 2013
- the PGPA Rule 2014
- their organisation’s accountable authority instructions