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Opening doors for Indigenous business through the IPP

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Graphic tile: Heading Indigenous Procurement Policy – 2-Year Performance Snapshot. Text: The Indigenous Procurement Policy Supports Indigenous economic development. 4,880 contracts. 956 Indigenous businesses, total value around $594 million.
2015-17 Indigenous Procurement Policy business snapshot
29 Sep 2017

The Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) is opening the door for new businesses and expanding market opportunities for existing organisations.

With 1,330 businesses currently listed on the Supply Nation Register, 956 business have secured 4,880 contracts since the lPP was launched in July 2015.

The IPP makes it easier for Australian Government agencies to work with Indigenous businesses.  


Managing Director of Ergonomic Workstation Products, Gerard Ivinson said their $1.3 million contract with the Australian Taxation Office has helped his business ‘create a market edge’.

From sole traders to large businesses, learn more about some of the people who are working with the Australian Government:

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Through the IPP, the Australian Government is tapping into the extraordinary capabilities within the Indigenous Business Sector. Further information is available at Indigenous Procurement Policy.

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