State Supply Commission policies

The State Supply Commission is no longer in operation. The State Supply Commission previously regulated government procurement of goods and services, primarily through the creation of supply policy.

The State Supply Commission was established under the State Supply Commission Act 1991. This act has now been replaced by the Procurement Act 2020. The State Supply Commission is no longer in operation.

If you are buying goods and services on behalf of your agency, you must ensure that the purchase meets the requirements of the Procurement Act 2020 and the Western Australian Procurement Rules. Other procurement policies may also influence your buying.

The documents on this page are no longer in effect, however they are published here for reference.

Recent SSC policy changes

The State Supply Commission periodically amends its policies. Summaries of the most recent changes are in the documents below.

Superseded supply policies

These documents have been superseded in the year indicated. They are intended as a reference only.

Superseded Procurement Planning, Evaluation Reports, Contract Management Policy April 2019
Superseded Open and Effective Competition Policy April 2019
Superseded Open and Effective Competition Policy July 2018
Superseded Common Use Arrangements Policy July 2018
Superseded Procurement Planning Evaluation Reports Contract Management Policy May 2016
Superseded Open and Effective Competition Policy May 2016
Superseded Common Use Arrangements Policy May 2016
Page reviewed 31 May 2021