Follow us on LinkedInFollow us on TwitterFollow us on FacebookFollow us on Instagram

Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Changes to the Indigenous Procurement Policy

Indigenous AffairsEconomic DevelopmentIndigenous Procurement Policy
Wednesday, 15 April 2020
Publication author(s):
National Indigenous Australians Agency
Publication abstract:

The following details changes to the Indigenous Procurement Policy.

Changes to the MMR from 1 July 2020

From 1 July 2020, Indigenous participation targets will be mandatory in high value contracts across more specified industries. 

11 additional industry categories will be included in the IPP as set out below.   These additional categories will take effect for Approaches to Market undertaken from 1 July 2020.

New categories for mandatory minimum requirements by United Nations Standard Products and Services Codes

64000000 Financial instruments, products, contracts and agreements

71000000 Mining and oil and gas services

73000000 Industrial production and manufacturing services

77000000 Environmental services

80000000 Management and business professionals and administrative services (sub-category exemptions apply)

81000000 Engineering and research and technology based services

84000000 Financial and insurance services (sub-category exemptions apply)

85000000 Healthcare services

91000000 Personal and domestic services

92000000 National defence and public order and security and safety services (sub-category  exemptions apply)

94000000 Organisations and clubs

New sub-category exemptions for mandatory minimum requirements by United Nations Standard Products and Services Codes

80131500 Lease and rental of property or building

80131501 Land leases

80131503 Residential rental

84130000 Insurance and retirement services

84131800 Retirement funds

92110000 Military services and national defence

92111700 Military science and research

Back to Resource Centre