- Kiama Municipal Council Tenderlink Portal
Important new document - Kiama Municipal Council's Supply Contract Conditions
From time to time Council invites Expressions of Interest from people who may be interested in providing goods and/or services. If you are considering Expressing an Interest in providing goods or services to Council, you should read Council’s Statement of Business Ethics to ensure you are aware of the standards Council requires.
Catering Services for events other than weddings at The Pavilion, Kiama: closes 30/4/2013
In accordance with the Local Government Act, Council is required to call for Tenders for work or provision of services above a certain value.
If you are considering tendering for work with Council you should read Council's Statement of Business Ethics to ensure you are aware of the standards Council requires.
Details of any open Tenders will be listed on this webpage. Tender documentation listed on this webpage will contain the details required by a prospective contractor to enable them to submit a Tender.
Council's Code of Conduct is a more detailed description of the standards required of people carrying out work for Council.
All current tenders can be viewed on Council's Tenderlink portal page. You can access this from the link at the top of the page or by clicking here.
Council has adopted a Local Preference Purchasing Policy to provide a framework to encourage and support local suppliers and economic activity within the Municipality. Council's aim is to use local suppliers where efficient to do so, to maximise community benefit for the Municipality.
This Supplier Change of Details form may be used to inform Council of any changes.
Prior to entering into a Contract with Council you should read Council's Statement of Business Ethics to ensure you are aware of the standards Council requires.
Council is required to publish a register of its contracts with private sector bodies valued at more than $150,000. The Kiama Municipal Contract Register can be viewed online.
Information contained in the Register includes the:
Council is bound by the Government Information (Public Access) Act which requires Council to make a range of information publicly available. When Council enters into a private sector contract to provide services to the public on its behalf, Council must have immediate access to certain information in the contractor's records.
Under the Act, Council must be able to access information that:
Contractors are not required to provide Council with access to:
Last updated: Tuesday 9 April, 2013