Power and Water is an asset management business – assets are constructed, acquired, deployed, managed and operated and disposed of in order to deliver power, potable water and sewerage services to communities across the Territory. We need business support to achieve all of this.
It is in Power and Water's interest and the interest of our customers that business is equipped and prepared to competitively tender for all of our works.
For more information view the Helping local business flyer.
Management of External Service Providers
External Service Providers form a legitimate part of our workforce, especially when a specialist skill-set is required which is not available within the Power and Water Corporation at the time. Our Policy for the Management of External Service Providers outlines how the corporation will manage the relationships with External Service Providers and what you may expect when your services are engaged.
A fact sheet has also been provided for your information.
Selling to Power and Water
Our 'Selling to Power and Water: a guide for business on supplying goods and services' lists the types of things we purchase each year. The guide is provided to step you through the procurement process at Power and Water and help you identify the steps required to be successful in a competitive tender process.
Industry Engagement Officer
Power and Water's Industry Engagement Officer is your first point of call to learn about existing and future tender opportunities, gain a better understanding of Power and Water's procurement processes and to tell us a bit about your business and your industry.
We know we can improve our business if we understand your business better including new technologies, innovative ideas and supply chain dynamics.
Contact the Industry Engagement Officer at industryengagement.PWC@powerwater.com.au.
Department of Business
Staff at the Department of Business can assist you with preparing tender responses including help with drafting business plans, preparing financial statements, finalising your environment and health and safety plans and meeting legislation requirements.