NSW Government suppliers migrate to scaled-up Supplier Hub
The NSW Government has created a new platform enabling government departments and businesses to connect. All active registered NSW Government suppliers will be migrated to the buy.nsw Supplier Hub, a digital service that makes it easier for businesses to register to sell to government and manage their information.
Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello said the Supplier Hub will set a benchmark for how the NSW Government engages with its suppliers, describing the hub as a one-stop platform that will make life easier for suppliers by bringing all relevant information under one roof.
Minister for Finance and Small Business Damien Tudehope added that the Supplier Hub gives an opportunity to highlight Aboriginal, small-to-medium and start-up enterprises, helping government departments find and engage with them and encouraging a diversity of businesses.
“For a business, the Supplier Hub is a dashboard providing them with access to all procurement-related actions. The dashboard allows businesses to update their information, edit their profile and view their opportunities in a single place,” said Tudehope.
For government departments, the Supplier Hub offers a list of all the suppliers registered to do business with the NSW Government, providing a complete business profile in an easy-to-navigate website.
“There are approximately 82,500 active suppliers registered to do business with government for all types of goods and services, including construction. The current process can be overwhelming and time-consuming, with a number of systems for sellers to register and find government opportunities,” said Minister Dominello.
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