2022 Commonwealth Procurement Rules: Fast-Track Your Knowledge with this Toolkit

The new Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPRs) came into effect on 1 July 2022, placing a greater emphasis on Commonwealth entities sourcing from small and medium enterprises (SMEs). 

For legal practitioners advising companies that wish to supply goods or services to Commonwealth entities or Commonwealth government lawyers assisting with the tender process, the highly regulated framework within which government procurement occurs can be complex and confusing.  

Fast-track your knowledge of government procurement and the new CPRs with Practical Law’s new resources.  

Whether you are advising a company how to tender for government work for the first time or are an experienced legal practitioner getting up to speed on the new CPRs, Practical Law’s procurement toolkit and checklist will provide you with detailed guidance and practical tips. 

Practical Law’s latest procurement resources enable you to advise with confidence, with guidance including: 

  • An overview of the regulatory framework, highlighting key legislation and rules.  
  • How government tender processes work and key considerations when preparing a tender response.  
  • Insights into key government contracts and common contract terms, including tips on reviewing and negotiating the contract.  

In addition to requirements under the Commonwealth government procurement regime, the toolkit also links to a suite of new practice notes outlining government procurement and contract requirements for New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.  

Access your copy of the Practical Law Procurement Toolkit & Checklist via the form on this page.

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