Contracts

AUSTRAC contracts list

AUSTRAC contracts list 2013-14 (Excel, 52KB)

AUSTRAC contracts list 2013-14 (PDF, 60KB)


Multi-use list

AUSTRAC's information and communications technology (ICT) services multi-use list

AUSTRAC is seeking applications for inclusion on to the AUSTRAC ICT multi-use list from organisations and individuals who can provide ICT expertise to support AUSTRAC's dual function as Australia's anti-money laundering regulator and financial intelligence unit.

By establishing this multi-use list of expert service providers, AUSTRAC will invite service providers with the relevant expertise to submit tenders to fulfil needs in the area of business-as-usual ICT services or for identified special projects.

Part A: Application information

View the Word file Application information (Word, 196KB)

View the PDF file Application information (PDF, 114KB)

Part B: Application form

View the Word file Application form (Word, 205KB)

View the PDF file Application form (PDF, 78KB)

Written applications to the AUSTRAC multi-use list should be directed to: ictservicesmul@austrac.gov.au

Further enquiries regarding the multi-use list can be directed to:
Manager, Procurement and Contracts
AUSTRAC
PO Box 5516
West Chatswood NSW 1515

Ph: (02) 9950 0055
Email: PROCUREMENT_AND_CONTRACTS@austrac.gov.au
Multi-use list for the provision of ICT services
MUL ID - ICT services

Applications

Applications are sought from organisations and individuals that can provide expertise and assistance to AUSTRAC in relation to the proposed new anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing framework.

Any contracts that AUSTRAC enters into over the value of $10,000 can be found at www.tenders.gov.au. AUSTRAC's ABN is 32 770 513 371.

A guide for business on selling to the Australian Government

This practical guide for potential suppliers describes the government's purchasing environment, and provides step-by-step information on how to discover the opportunities offered by the government market, and then go on to compete for government business. It has been published by the Department of Finance and Deregulation.

Senate Order

The Australian Senate has a standing order which requires Federal Government Agencies to publish a list of all contracts they have entered into to the value of $100,000 or more. Refer to the quicklinks on the right side of this page for a list of these contracts during the previous 12 months.