Strengthening the Indigenous Procurement Policy

IntoWork Australia demonstrates a comprehensive commitment to fostering an equitable future for First Nations individuals and businesses. Leveraging the Supply Nation Portal through its dedicated procurement team ensures the sourcing of services and goods from First Nations businesses. The varied progress with Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) and the establishment of a national First Nations Advisory Team with state representatives showcase a proactive approach to support and consultation. This team contributes to guiding staff, employers, and service users, aligning with IntoWork Australia’s efforts to deliver bespoke employment programs and specialised support for First Nations Apprentices and Trainees. The emphasis on cultural awareness at a board level, manifested through staff training, underscores the organisation’s dedication to linking First Nations history and culture with employment, education, training, and support services.

This response paper to the Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) Reform Consultations has been compiled with the insights of the IntoWork First Nations Advisory team.

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