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Critical infrastucture: Reporting starts now
Owners and operators of Australia's critical infrastructure will soon have their assets scrutinised by the Government.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
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Government proposes a qualified commitment to underwrite new renewable energy projects
In October 2018, the Federal Government released a Consultation Paper on Underwriting New Generation Investments.
Australia
26 Nov 2018
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What do the new ipso facto stay provisions mean for government contracts?
The ability of a contract counterparty to rely on ipso facto clauses that are triggered by an insolvency event is now limited.
Australia
13 Nov 2018
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The new Commonwealth procurement act – Better rights for suppliers?
Australian businesses now have greater access to an independent complaints process in relation to government procurement.
Australia
31 Oct 2018
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Three cyber security priorities for Defence contracting
In many Defence projects, cyber security capability and maturity will be a significant factor in selecting a contractor.
Australia
19 Apr 2018
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MLPs in Victoria: New guidance provides the private sector with greater certainty
The Victorian Government published a revised Guideline on the process for market-led proposals for infrastructure needs.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
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Spend it wisely: The true meaning behind Value for Money
What constitutes value for money? And once you've identified areas of value, how do you ensure you make the most of them?
Australia
12 Feb 2018
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Government sole source procurement: Are contractors destined to miss out?
Sole source procurement has emerged as a major area of activity in the infrastructure sector in many Australian states.
Australia
17 Nov 2017
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Value capture: 5 practical issues for government when planning an infrastructure project
Practical guide for governments to make the most of the options open to them when planning an infrastructure project.
Australia
4 Nov 2017
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Belcarra legislation aims to make major changes to conflict of interest rules for Queensland local councillors
This Bill implements recommendations of the CCC's recent inquiry into local government corruption and integrity issues.
Australia
31 Oct 2017
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Transport PPP projects: Will the new guidelines facilitate better risk allocation in NSW?
New 2017 guidelines and template documents are designed to provide greater consistency across all NSW PPP projects.
Australia
31 Aug 2017
12
Corrs High Vis: Episode 16 - Recent developments in Market Led Proposals in Queensland
The Market-Led Proposal (MLP) framework is a pathway for businesses and government to work together for the community.
Australia
15 Aug 2017
13
Regional Convention and Exhibition Centres (CECs): What are the elements of success?
Elements, such as location. connections, equipment and mode of operation are each essential to the success of a CEC.
Australia
31 Jul 2017
14
A new way of framing Market Led Proposals (MLPs) in Queensland
The Queensland Treasurer recently released revised guidelines for the Queensland Market Led Proposals (MLP) framework.
Australia
28 Jul 2017
15
Tendering with the Commonwealth Government: what does the proposed new procurement legislation mean?
This Bill creates new rights in relation to breaches of the Commonwealth Procurement Rules by Commonwealth entities.
Australia
14 Jul 2017
16
Laying the foundations: a brighter global future
Governments need to encourage and facilitate private infrastructure investment to help communities around the world.
Australia
3 May 2017
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Whats next for market-led proposals In Australia?
A market-led proposal (MLP) can assist government to provide services, or achieve policy objectives, in a faster way.
Australia
5 Apr 2017
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Disrupting procurement: the process contract and other avenues
The law should balance the need for accountability without allowing legal actions to be disruptive and obstructive.
Australia
19 Jan 2017
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Will a focus on ‘economic benefit' in new government rules affect the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA)?
Australia may have to enter into further negotiations to address a potential conflict between the GPA and these changes.
Australia
14 Dec 2016
20
Public Stadium projects – can they be made into economic champions or will they always be wooden spooners?
A PPP model with a longer term and mechanisms with increased private sector return may be the answer for these projects.
Australia
18 May 2016
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