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Why supply to Government?

Why supply to Government?

Every year the State Government spends billions of dollars on building, works, goods and services for the community, which creates a wide variety of contracting opportunities for local, small and medium-sized businesses. 

More than just a job opportunity, securing a government contract can help your business:

  • Gain a valuable reference - Government agencies choose suppliers that can offer reliable, efficient and value for money contracting solutions. Once you have completed a government contract, you will have a Government reference of your business’s contracting ability, which may help you secure work in the private sector or overseas markets.
  • Earn a reliable source of income - In most cases, State Government Agencies pay correctly prepared invoices within 30 days.
  • Secure more government contracts - Once you have gained experience from supplying goods or services to one Government Agency, you have a strong selling point to secure more contracts with other Agencies and public authorities.

Where to find contracts

There are approximately 130 State Agencies that procure a diverse range of goods and services from the private sector.

To find current and upcoming State Government contracts, head to Tenders WA. Or visit our Government Supply Opportunities page to find a comprehensive list of links to Local, State and Federal Government websites that advertise potential contracts to local businesses. 

For more information on supplying to Government, contact the
Industry Link Advisory Service.

 

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