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Part 4 of the Local Government Regulation 2012

Publishing details of particular contractual arrangements

 

Effective from 14 December 2012 and in accordance with Chapter 6, Part 4, Section 237 of the Local Government Regulation 2012 a local government must, as soon as practicable after entering a contract worth $200 000 or more (GST Exclusive), publish the relevant details of the contract on the local government's website; and display the relevant details of the contract in a conspicuous place in the local government's public office. The relevant details must also be published or displayed for a period of at least 12 months.

 

S.237 Publishing details of contractual arrangements worth $200000 or more

 

(1) A local government must, as soon as practicable after entering into a contractual arrangement worth $200000 or more (exclusive of GST) -

             (a) publish the relevant details of the contractual arrangement on the local                  

                  government’s website; and

             (b) display the relevant details of the contractual arrangement in a conspicuous place                    

                  in the local government’s public office.

 

(2) The relevant details must be published or displayed under subsection (1) for a period of at

      least 12 months.

 

(3) In this section—

      relevant details, of a contractual arrangement, means the following -

  1. the person with whom the local government has entered into the contractual
  2.  

               (b) the value of the contractual arrangement;

               (c) the purpose of the contractual arrangement.

 

Example -

the particular goods or services to be supplied under the contractual arrangement 

 

Table No.1 – Contracts over $200,000 entered into by Etheridge Shire Council (Period 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017)

 

Contractor Name

Description of the Contract

Dollar Value of the Contract

Commencement Date of the Contract