Annual Procurement Plan View - Australian Taxation Office
To follow the progress of Planned Procurements of interest add them to a Watch List by clicking the star icon on the right of the Planned Procurement notice.
IMPORTANT: All Planned Procurements are subject to revision, withdrawal or cancellation. Information about Planned Procurements is provided for planning purposes only and it does not represent a solicitation or constitute a request for proposal, nor is it a commitment by the Government to purchase the described property or services.
Strategic Procurement Outlook
The ATO is the government's principal revenue collection agency managing and shaping tax, excise and superannuation systems that fund services for Australians. We also support the delivery of community benefits, with roles in private health insurance, family assistance and cross-agency support.
We have ongoing operational and occasional specialised needs for a range of goods and services sourced on a national, state or regional basis. All procurement involving access to our sites or records is subject to strict security standards. All our goods and services providers are expected to fully comply with our, and other, Commonwealth regulatory requirements, particularly meeting their taxation obligations.
The ATO's procurement activities are undertaken in accordance with the Commonwealth Procurement Rules and ATO related policy. All major procurement is managed by the ATO's Corporate Procurement & Tax Management Branch.
Major expenditure includes;
Lease accommodation and outsourced property services
IT and Communications hardware and services
Ongoing procurement of consumable goods and services
It should also be noted that, in line with government policy, the ATO makes use of new or existing arrangements or Whole of Australian Government arrangements where they exist.
LISTING OF PLANNED PROCUREMENT
All planned procurement listed below is included on the basis that, as at 1 July 2015, procurement outside existing arrangements with an estimated value of $80,000 or more will be conducted using an open approach to the market.
UPDATING PLANNED PROCUREMENT
Any revision of requirements or withdrawal of listed procurements will be noted following a periodic review of the Annual Procurement Plan. Procurements rescheduled beyond the 2015/16 planning period will be amended in the plan.
Request for Information - ATO Digital Services Modernisation Program
Secure Internet Gateway Services
Establishment of a new Panel of Indigenous Businesses to provide Contingent Labour Hire to the ATO