New short-form ICT contracting framework for Queensland Government during COVID-19 pandemic

By Hayden Delaney and Steven Hunwicks / 09 April 2020
1 min.
Worthwhile read for: ICT Supplier, Queensland Government Buyer

The Queensland Government (QG) have created a new ICT contracting framework for procurement during COVID-19.  

The new Short Form Contract Conditions – ICT Products and/or Services (SFCC) are designed for emergency ICT procurement during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The SFCC framework can be used for procurement, which meets strict conditions: 

  • responds to one of the specific emergency response categories; 
  • has a total contract value of less than $1 million; 
  • has a term of 12 months or less; and 
  • neither QG or the supplier requires amendments to the SFCC. 

If you're a supplier or government buyer, please contact our Intellectual Property and Technology team for further information about how you can use SFCC.

Hayden Delaney
Hayden is a Partner and he leads HopgoodGanim’s Intellectual Property and Technology team. Hayden specialises in the information, communications and technology sector, and intellectual property law.
Steven Hunwicks
Senior Associate
Steven is a Senior Associate in our Intellectual Property and Technology practice.

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