The plan lists expected contract opportunities for the next 12 months. It aims to increase industry's advance knowledge of IP Australia's requirements.
The Senate Order requires each Non-Corporate Commonwealth Entity to develop an internet listing twice a year that identifies contracts entered into during the preceding calendar or financial year, valued at or above $100,000 (GST inclusive), along with details relating to each of those contracts.
Commencing with the 2014-15 financial year, IP Australia’s Senate Order listing is available through the Senate Order link located on the AusTender Homepage (www.tenders.gov.au) .
The current Senate Order report available on AusTender is for the 2015-16 financial year reporting period.
There are no non-procurement contracts entered into during the relevant 12 month reporting period that are not listed on Austender.
Legal services expenditure for 2015-16
The total legal services expenditure for IP Australia in the 2015-16 financial year (GST exc) was:
External legal services expenditure: $584,492.63
Internal legal services expenditure: $585,708.85
Total legal services expenditure: $1,170,201.48
We have one active grant awarded as per the Commonwealth Grant Guidelines (CGGs), details of which are below:
Agency : IP Australia
Program Title: 1.2 Awareness, Education and International Engagement
Recipient: The University of Melbourne
Purpose: Support the development and generation of high-level public policy on IP issues
Approval date: 25/08/2015
Grant Term: 30/06/2017
Location: Carlton University Square VIC 3010