SAP and Concur whole of government arrangement

The SAP and Concur arrangements aim to make it easier for agencies to purchase SAP and Concur products and services.

Who is this for?

The SAP and Concur whole of government arrangements are mandatory for non-corporate Commonwealth entities when they decide to purchase SAP and Concur products and services.

Corporate Commonwealth entities can choose to join this arrangement.

Products and services included

The SAP services are covered by the arrangement, including:

All Concur services are covered by the arrangement, including:

How to access this arrangement

For non-corporate Commonwealth entities that already use SAP or Concur, this arrangement covers your existing contracts.

If you are looking to purchase SAP or Concur products or services, you can get in touch using the details below.

Get in touch

You can send any questions about this arrangement to ICTprocurement@dta.gov.au or call (02) 6120 8705.

Policy information

These arrangements are part of the Australian Government’s ICT Coordinated Procurement Contracting Framework Initiatives.

The SAP whole of government arrangement is a contractual agreement between SAP Australia Pty Ltd and the Commonwealth of Australia, as represented by the Digital Transformation Agency. This strategic arrangement was signed on 29 September 2017.

The Concur whole of government arrangement is a contractual agreement between Concur Holdings (Netherlands) B.V. and the Commonwealth of Australia, as represented by the Digital Transformation Agency. This strategic arrangement was signed on 21 December 2017.

The SAP and Concur whole of government arrangements provide pricing and licensing conditions for all non-corporate Commonwealth entities covered by the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act).

Non-corporate Commonwealth entities and participating corporate Commonwealth entities are still required to comply with the following policies and processes: