Information for suppliers
Rural Northwest Health is committed to the health purchasing policies issued by Health Purchasing Victoria (HPV) that became mandatory on July 1, 2016. More information on procurement reform including a link to the HPV policies can be found on the HPV website.
Procurement Complaints Management outlines the procedure that Rural Northwest Health uses to respond to a procurement activity or process complaint.
The Procurement Activity Plan 2016/17 provides suppliers with an indication of likely sourcing activities for both goods and services or construction and refurbishment for Rural Northwest Health for the next 12 to 18 months. (Please note that these are indications only. No guarantee to procure is given or intended.)
Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality in Procurement Employees engaged in procurement activities shall at all times conduct their responsibilities ethically and with integrity, in accordance with the organisation’s Code of Conduct, Financial Code of Practice and related policies and guidelines, so as to promote public confidence in the integrity of our procurement processes.
Employees engaged in procurement must not accept gifts, benefits or hospitality from suppliers or their representatives or from organisations, firms or individuals with whom they have official dealings.
Sponsorship must in no way influence procurement.
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