The Act provides for three different classes of contracts, each with different information disclosure requirements.
These types of contracts are those that have or are likely to have, a value or aggregate value, of $150,000. The information in relation to Class 1 contracts which must be entered into the register if Council contracts, within 45 days after the contract becoming effective includes:
In addition to the requirements for Class 1 contracts, Class 2 contracts require the following;
If a Class 2 contract has a value, or likely value of more than $5 million, it becomes a Class 3 contract. Council must publish a copy of a Class 3 contract on the register of Council contracts.
For more information about the rules for submitting a tender to Council visit the Tendering Information Page.
Council is required to maintain a list of current contracts over the value of $150,000.
To view all the contracts of this value or more, download the Current Contracts Register.
Council does not have to publish information that is confidential such as:
Commercial in confidence provisions of a contract refer to information which:
Information about Council contracts must be included in the register within 45 days of the contract becoming effective. Information, including a copy of a contract, must be included in the government contracts register for either 20 working days, or until the obligations under the contract have been satisfied, whichever is the longer period.
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