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DPTI Procurement Practices and Policies

PR100 Authorisations Summary

PR105 Procurement Classification and Definitions

PR113 Probity Principles

PR114 Engagement of Probity Auditors

PR115 Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest

PR115-1 Staff Conflict of Interest & Confidentiality Agreement

PR115-2 Deed of Confidentiality Tenderers & Contractors

PR115-3 Deed of Confidentiality - Authorised Persons

PR116 Information Privacy in Contracts

PR117 Intellectual Property

PR118 Risk Management

PR119 Supplier Communication and Complaints Guidelines

PR124 Asset Disposal and Sale

PR124-1 Surplus Material Offer Form

PR150 Procurement Documentation Protocols

The above policies and procedures are intended solely for DPTI internal use. In addition to the above, DPTI uses various internal systems to comply with the SA Government procurement practices.

Proactive Disclosure 

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) subscribes to open and transparent practices in relation to the procurement of goods and services for South Australians. The above polices and procedures are made available pursuant to the open government policy.

State Procurement Board Policies apply to the procurement of goods and services, although the underlying principles are relevant to works contracts as well. Departmental staff would most commonly become aware of the Board's requirements when preparing Acquisition Plans and Purchasing Recommendations. However, their policies affect a number of other areas such as imported content, waiver of competitive processes and whole of government contracts.

Free Trade Agreement FTA
Article 15 of the US Free Trade Agreement prescribes certain requirements that government authorities must comply with in their procurement processes.  These are outlined The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) subscribes to open and transparent practices in relation to the procurement of goods and services for South Australians. DPTI subscribes to the State Procurement Board Policies as well as the principles of the USA Free Trade Agreement State Procurement Board Policies apply to the procurement of goods and services, although the underlying principles are relevant to works contracts as well. Departmental staff would most commonly become aware of the Board's requirements when preparing Acquisition Plans and Purchasing Recommendations. However, their policies affect a number of other areas such as imported content, waiver of competitive processes and whole of government contracts. Free Trade Agreement    FTA Article 15 Article 15 of the US Free Trade Agreement prescribes certain requirements that government authorities must comply with in their procurement processes.  These are outlined here