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

By Hayden Delaney and Steven Hunwicks / 09 April 2020
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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.
 

Key Contacts
Hayden Delaney
Partner
Hayden is a Partner and he leads HopgoodGanim’s Intellectual Property, Technology and Cyber Security team. Hayden has extensive experience in the information, communications and technology sector, and intellectual property law.
Steven Hunwicks
Special Counsel
Steven is a Special Counsel in our Intellectual Property, Technology and Cyber Security practice. He is also the Head of HopgoodGanim’s Cyber Security practice.

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