WA Industry Link
On Friday 16 March, Premier Mark McGowan launched WA Industry Link – a WA Jobs initiative to help local businesses secure work on State Government contracts.
Nine pilot projects have been identified for inclusions as part of the WA Industry Link initiative, including the METRONET Railcar Procurement, the New Museum Project and Port of Port Hedland Berth 3 Deck Replacement.
Message to international investors
Companies that are adding economic benefits to Western Australia by employing local people, using local sub-contractors and creating additional economic benefits to the state are going to be in a better position to win government contracts moving forward.
The Participation Plan requirement will be weighted at a percentage of the qualitative evaluation on all government contracts that the Western Australian Industry Participation Strategy (WAIPS) relates to.
Hence, in addition to strong commercial and technical bids, a strong commitment to local content will benefit potential investors/bidders. To any interested prime contractor looking at bidding on government contracts, a recommended step is to work together with the Industry Link Advisory Service (ILAS).
Industry Link Advisory Service
Ph: +61 8 9222 0722
WA Innovation Community – Opportunities
Companies looking for opportunities for investment and growth in Western Australia’s innovation community can find a selection of investment pitches, awards, programs and grants available at the New Industries WA website.
Other Tender Opportunities websites
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Western Australia Government: Department of Agriculture, Department of Fisheries, Department of Mines and Petroleum, Department of Premier and Cabinet
Department of State Development, Tourism WA, The University of Western Australia, Australian Marine Complex, Small Business Development Corporation, Department of Training and Workforce Development, Department of Health, Elyse Marks Imaging