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The Western Australian Government spends around $30 billion dollars every year on building, works, goods and services for the community. This creates a range of contracting opportunities for small and medium-sized businesses in Western Australia. 
More than just a job opportunity, securing a government contract can help your business:

  • Gain a valuable reference - Government agencies choose suppliers that can offer reliable, efficient and value for money contracting solutions. Once you have completed a government contract, you will have a reference of your business’s contracting ability, which may help you secure work in the private sector or overseas markets.
  • Earn a reliable source of income - In most cases, WA Government agencies pay correctly prepared invoices within 30 days. 
  • Secure more government contracts - Once you have gained experience from supplying goods or services to one government agency, you have a strong selling point to secure more contracts with other agencies and public authorities. 

There are approximately 130 WA Government agencies that procure a diverse range of goods and services from the private sector. 

In addition to the WA Government, there are many other supply opportunities for small and medium sized businesses available from Australian Government agencies, local councils, national organisations and other State and Territory Government agencies.

Western Australian Government opportunities

There are many WA Government agencies that offer potential contracts to local small and medium sized businesses. Explore the links below to find supply opportunities that may be available to your business.

Tenders WA
Central source of information on Western Australian public sector requests for tender and awarded contracts. Western Australian Government departments and agencies use this website to advertise their public requests and early tender advice, as well as publish awarded contracts.

Strategic Forward Procurement Plan - Public Report  
An overview of Government agencies planned procurements, valued at $250,000 and above across two financial years, to help you identify opportunities to contract with the WA Government. 

Western Australian Pipeline of Work
A comprehensive listing of future infrastructure projects to create opportunities for WA businesses and maximise local jobs, particularly in regional areas.

Aboriginal Business Directory
The directory provides Aboriginal businesses in WA with an opportunity to promote their products and services to potential buyers from government and private organisations.

Busselton Water E-Procurement Portal
Busselton Water use this portal to advertise tenders, quotes, expressions of interest and other purchasing requirements. To access the tenders on this portal, you must register as a supplier. Registration is free.

Development WA
DevelopmentWA uses this portal to advertise tenders for the supply of goods and services. Prospective suppliers can register their details to receive information about available tender opportunities, as well as download tender documents and submit bids online.

Fremantle Ports Electronic Tendering Portal
Fremantle Ports uses this portal to advertise tenders, expressions of interest, request for proposals and request for quotations for goods, works and services.

Service Alliance 2012
Service Alliance 2012 is an initiative that enables local and regional contractors to register to deliver building, maintenance and improvement work services for the Department of Finance.

Southern Ports E-Tendering 
Southern Ports use this website to publish invitations to tender, expressions of interest and request for quotations.

Synergy’s supplier webpage provides details on how to register your interest to become a supplier and bid for tenders using ARIBA, its e-procurement system.

Water Corporation
Water Corporation’s supplier and contractor page provides a list of current public tenders and information on how to become a supplier.  

Western Power 
Western Power’s supplier webpage provides details on how to become a supplier and tendering information. 

Local Government opportunities

Local governments in the metropolitan and regional areas of Western Australia offer potential contracts to local small and medium sized businesses. 

To find supply opportunities available to your business visit the tender section of your preferred local council’s website. For a list of all the local governments in Western Australia visit the WA Local Government Association (WALGA) Local Government Directory

You can also visit the Tenderlink website to view tenders called by WALGA. To access these tenders, you must first be a registered supplier. Registration is free.

National opportunities

There are many Australian Government agencies, national organisations and other State and Territory Government agencies that offer potential contracts to local small and medium sized businesses. Explore the list below to find supply opportunities that may be available to your business.

AusTender is a single source where you can find all Australian Government business opportunities, contracts awarded and annual procurement plans.

BuyAbility gives government and private organisations channels to do business with Disability Enterprises nationally. Joining the BuyAbility Directory can help your business connect with potential buyers and procurement opportunities.

Defence Innovation Hub
The Defence Innovation Portal connects businesses with defence supply and innovation opportunities. 

ICN Gateway
ICN Gateway is the Industry Capability Network’s national online portal where you can promote your business and register your interest to participate in a range of government and private projects. 

Supply Nation - Indigenous Business Direct
Supply Nation offers Indigenous businesses a unique level of access to corporate and government buyers. Their directory, Indigenous Business Direct is the first reference point for government buyers wanting to buy goods and services from an Indigenous business. 

National Infrastructure Construction Schedule (NICS)
NICS is an information source of all major government infrastructure projects that are underway or in the pipeline across Australia. You can find specific project information and contact details for potential subcontracting opportunities.

Other state and territory government opportunities

Other state and territory governments can offer potential contracts to Western Australian small and medium sized businesses. Explore the links below to find supply opportunities that may be available to your business.

NSW Government eTendering
Victorian Government Buying for Victoria 
Queensland Government Q Tenders
Northern Territory Government Quotations and Tenders Online 
South Australian Government Tenders & Contracts 
Tasmanian Government Tenders