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To Search for a product you can go to “Search our Products” located at the top right corner. Once the code or product has been placed in the box press enter or the small magnifying glass. Continue shopping as per usual. “Search our Products” is available on all shopping pages. You can also go to the “Products” drop down box located at the top of the page and search through our products by category.
You can create an account or shop as a cash customer. For companies that require supervisor approval before purchase we also offer template orders.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for Darwin or email@example.com for Alice Springs to discuss this further.
Note: Cash sales can be purchased from our offices between 09:00am - 03:00pm Mon - Fri
BUY LOCAL POLICY NT GOVERNMENT INITIATIVE
In January, the NT Government’s (NTG) new Buy Local Plan was introduced, giving local businesses greater opportunity to tender for and win government work.
The new policy is based on extensive consultation with Territory businesses, industry associations and other stakeholders about procurement policy and practice.
Elements of the Buy Local Plan have already been introduced:
Introducing mandatory local involvement in all requests for quote up to $100,000, and introducing the term 'Territory Enterprise' (an enterprise operating in the NT, with a significant permanent presence in the NT and employing NT residents) to support this.
Replacing the existing Local Development Value Adding (LDVA) mechanism in all government quotes and tenders with a Local Content test, which increases the minimum weight of local content and benefits from 20% to 25%.
Other measures in the Buy Local Plan include: amending NTG policies, procedures and practices to strengthen consideration of local benefit factors that occurs at agency planning stage ensuring local content and local benefit provisions included in tender responses are carried through into contract terms for suppliers and are monitored throughout. These changes do not just occur at tender stage, but flow through the full procurement lifecycle, from planning right through to contract execution and delivery.
For contracts estimated to be worth over $5 million, a Local Benefit Advisory Panel (LBAP) comprised of local Territorians has additionally been established, to provide independent advice on Buy Local aspects of tender responses.
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