Court Services Victoria is committed to ethical, sustainable and socially responsible procurement. In ensuring that our suppliers maintain the same values as the Government, the Victorian State Government (the State) has established a Supplier Code of Conduct (the Code). The Code commenced on 1 July 2017 and is applicable to all general government sector contracts, agreements and orders for the supply of goods and services, and construction works and services.
The Code outlines the minimum ethical standards in behaviour that suppliers will aspire to meet when conducting business with, or on behalf of, the State in the areas of:
- integrity, ethics and conduct;
- conflict of interest, gifts, benefits and hospitality;
- corporate governance;
- labour and human rights;
- health and safety; and
- environmental management.
Visit http://www.procurement.vic.gov.au/Suppliers/Supplier-Code-of-Conduct to download a copy of the code, or to access the supplier fact sheet or frequently asked questions documentation.
CSV Annual Procurement Plan
Court Services Victoria's commercial profile is transactional. To effectively and efficiently procure goods and services across the organisation and across budgets / work centres to obtain the best value for money and economies of scale, Court Services Victoria's procurement activity is aligned to annual budget allocations and the Court Council's priorities and strategies.
Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
Purchase orders issued by Court Services Victoria are subject to terms and conditions that apply when no other formal contract is in place between Court Services Victoria and a supplier. The following document contains those terms and conditions.
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