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Australasian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC)

Australasian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC)

Founded in 1967 the Australasian Procurement and Construction Council Inc (APCC) (formerly the National Public Works Council) is the peak council of departments responsible for procurement, construction and asset management policy for the Australian, State and Territory governments and the New Zealand Government. Papua New Guinea is an associate member.

The APCC has established itself as a national reference point for both government and industry on best practices, principles and emerging issues in procurement, construction and asset management disciplines. The APCC collective maximises opportunities to leverage off one another and provides leadership in these disciplines to improve and implement new and evolving procurement practices in ways that will deliver service benefits to the Australian, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea communities.

The APCC forum is a catalyst for knowledge sharing, intelligence gathering and has the information networks to draw on for innovative business solutions for jurisdictions to deliver expected targets, savings and outcomes. The APCC collective continues to strengthen relationships with government partners and other stakeholders to promote a consistent and coordinated national approach to government procurement.  

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Built Environment Industry Innovation Council

Built Environment Industry Innovation Council

The BEIIC acts as an advisory body to the Minister and as an innovation advocate for the industry. The Council considers industry innovation challenges like climate change, sustainability and industry competitiveness as well as issues such as regulatory reform, workforce capability, skills needs, access to new technologies and other priorities for the industry. Membership of BEIIC has been drawn from representatives from business, the research community, unions and government agencies.

The BEIIC will provide leadership to the built environment sector. It will promote BEIIC stakeholder engagement activities and build relationships and linkages with the Enterprise Connect Network, peak industry bodies and other stakeholders.

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