Australian Government terms and conditions for the supply of goods and services
The Australian Government terms and conditions that apply to goods and services ordered through a purchase order can be downloaded from: https://www.tenders.gov.au/?event=public.document.list
Guidelines for Contractors and Suppliers
Work health and safety requirements for contractors and suppliers
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of its workers and recognises that a safe and healthy workplace is an essential component in creating an environment in which people can effectively contribute to achieving community and business outcomes.
NHMRC actively assess and control risks that may affect the health and safety of workers and third parties. Workers include everyone working for or on behalf of NHMRC.
When doing business with NHMRC, contractors and suppliers are expected to contribute to creating a safe and healthy workplace by complying with the following information. For more information, refer to:
Security guidelines for contractors and suppliers
The Australian Government expects NHMRC to create and maintain an appropriate security environment for the protection of its functions and official resources. The Australian Government Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) sets out the policies, practices and procedures that all Australian Government non-corporate entities must comply with. For more information, refer to:
Details of all of NHMRC's current tenders can be found on the Australian Government tender website AusTender.
Annual Procurement Plan
To view NHMRC's Annual Procurement Plan please go to the Australian Government tender website AusTender.
Senate Order 192 on Agency Contracts (Murray Motion) 1 January 2014 – 31 December 2014
In accordance with the Senate Order 192 on departmental and agency contracts the table below sets out contracts entered into by NHMRC which provide for a consideration to the value of $100,000 (inc GST) or more and which:
- have not been fully performed as at 31 December 2014, or
- have been entered into during the 12 months prior to 31 December 2014.
Most of the contracts listed contain confidentiality provisions of a general nature that are designed to protect the confidential information of the parties that may be obtained or generated in carrying out the contract. The reasons for including such clauses include:
- ordinary commercial prudence that requires protection of trade secrets, proprietary information and the like, and/or
- protection of other Commonwealth material and personal information.
The contract amounts are reported in line with Department of Finance's requirements. The amounts show the total expected expenditure over the whole life of the contract unless otherwise indicated.
Estimated cost of complying with this policy: $3,909.00
This estimate was achieved by calculating the total time staff spent collecting, preparing and verifying the information at their relevant hourly rate of pay.
Legal information and reporting
Below is NHMRCs legal expenditure (GST inclusive) for the 2013/14 financial year.
Paragraph 11.1(ba) of the Legal Services Directions 2005 requires that, by the 30 October each year, Agencies make publicly available records of the Legal Services Expenditure for the previous financial year.
External Legal Expenditure
NHMRC’s external legal expenditure (GST inclusive) for 2013/14 was as follows:
External Expenditure on Solicitors
External Expenditure on Barristers
External Expenditure on other disbursements
Total External Expenditure
Internal Legal Expenditure
NHMRC’s internal legal expenditure (GST inclusive) for 2013/14 was as follows:
|Internal Expenditure on Solicitors||Internal Expenditure on Barristers||Internal Expenditure on other disbursements||Total Internal Expenditure|
Page last updated on 18 February 2015