• Procurement Capability and Training

    Government Procurement is responsible for developing and deploying procurement capability initiatives and training that supports goods and services procurement in the Western Australia public sector. This is supported by a Procurement Capability Framework that includes a range of engagement strategies to ensure contemporary and targeted capability and capacity development programs and resources.

    Public sector Public sector

    Whether you occasionally purchase on behalf of government or you are a procurement professional, Government Procurement offers a range of awareness and training programs.

    Community Services sector Community Services sector

    If you buy goods and services from, or work in, the not-for-profit sector, Government Procurement offers a range of awareness and training programs.

    Private sector Private sector

    Government Procurement offers a number of information sessions throughout the year to assist the private sector in understanding the Western Australian public sector procurement processes, including quotes and tenders. 

    Capability resources Capability resources

    Government Procurement has developed, in consultation with the Western Australian public sector, a range of capability development resources and tools designed to support agencies develop procurement capability.

    Sector engagement Sector engagement

    Government Procurement undertakes extensive engagement with our stakeholders to ensure capability initiatives and training programs are effective in developing procurement capability across the Western Australian public sector.

    Online modules – Important information

    Due to a change in providers the online modules are unavailable. We aim to have these modules available again later in the year. Thank you for your understanding.

    Government agency personnel seeking information on the Aboriginal Procurement Policy and requirements can access the Aboriginal Procurement Policy Module, which is available on request, by emailing Social Procurement Initiatives.