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A Perth company is producing 10,000 face shields for frontline health workers
Adarsh Australia is manufacturing the high-quality face shields at their plastics engineering site in Malaga to supply to the State Government.
Five South West businesses receive funding under the Local Capability Fund’s Bunbury Outer Ring Road round.
The McGowan Government announced in February that businesses in the region could apply for up to $20,000 each from the fund to support them to get work on the $852 million development.
Perth company awarded WA Government contract to produce hand sanitiser for COVID-19
Wild Child Laboratories will produce 200,000 bottles of hand sanitiser to WA hospitals for the remainder of the year.
Western Australian businesses wanting to supply products in relation to COVID-19
The Department Of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation are seeking businesses with the capability to manufacture and supply health equipment and Personal Protective Equipment.
Suppliers encouraged to apply for Local Capability Fund after consortia shortlisted for Bunbury Outer Ring Road
The funding up to $20,000 can be used for consultancy services, purchase and upgrade of equipment, training and qualifications, and improvements to internal business infrastructure and systems.
Local Capability Fund Rounds extended
The METRONET Railcar Procurement, Future Battery Industry and Steel Industry rounds have been extended until 30 March 2020.
More jobs for Western Australians after major companies release their Forward Work Plans
The Forward Work Plans are another first for the LNG sector and will further the State Government’s latest push to cement WA as the global LNG hub.
New Local Capability Fund round for Bunbury Outer Ring Road
Businesses in the south west region could apply for up to $20,000 each from the Local Capability Fund to win work on the $852 million development.
Southern River College upgrades now complete
The college upgrades, completed by ADCO Constructions, is one of the nine State Government pilot projects under the Western Australian Industry Participation Strategy.
Eight WA businesses awarded funding under METRONET round of the Local Capability Fund
The fund offered up to $20,000 to eligible businesses for capability-building activities.
State Government seeks builder for METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook line
The delivery of the METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook line which is expected to support thousands of local jobs.
WA Industry Link Regional Communication Forums a big hit with businesses
More than 500 people registered for the eight events across the state, which provided businesses with a better understanding of how to access the opportunities that exist in their region.
Western Australia's new museum has reached practical completion
When the museum is complete, Stage Two of the project is expected to have supported more than 3000 jobs, including apprentices and trainees.
McGowan Government signs 10-year contract with Alstom to build METRONET railcars locally
The contract represents the biggest order of railcars in WA's history.
State Government's Jobs Act delivers thousands of jobs in its first year
Almost 12,800 jobs have been supported and around 660 apprenticeships and traineeships have also been linked to the State Government’s nine Pilot Projects.
New performing arts centre at Melville Senior High School is now open
The performing arts centre is one of the nine State Government pilot projects under the Western Australian Industry Participation Strategy.
The McGowan Government's new prison unit at Bunbury Regional Prison is now complete
The project was one of the nine State Government Pilot Projects established under the Western Australian Industry Participation Strategy.
Broome Senior High School upgrade shows WAIPS is working in the regions
The project will support almost 360 WA workers, with more than 200 from within the Kimberley region, including apprentices and trainees.
Changes to Buy Local Policy will make it easier for WA businesses
The Buy Local Policy is designed to support local businesses through a number of initiatives aimed at maximising participation of locally based businesses in supplying to government.
New changes to WAIPS makes it easier for businesses to access WA supply contracts
WAIPS 2019 sees the introduction of a single Participation Plan that can be used for all contract types.