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Treasury contracts – 2016-17 financial year

1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017

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Pursuant to the Senate Order on non-corporate Commonwealth entity contracts the following table sets out contracts entered into by the Treasury which provide for a consideration to the value of $100,000 or more (GST inclusive) and which:

  1. have not been fully performed as at 30 June 2017, or
  2. which have been entered into during the 12 months prior to 30 June 2017.

Some of the contracts listed contain confidentiality provisions of a general nature that are designed to protect the confidential information of the parties that may be obtained or generated in carrying out the contract.

The reasons for including such clauses include:

  1. ordinary commercial prudence that requires protection of trade secrets, proprietary information and the like; and/or
  2. protection of other Commonwealth material and personal information.

The accountable authority of the Treasury has assured that the listed contracts do not contain any inappropriate confidentiality provisions.

Procurement contracts are available through the Senate Order Report located on the AusTender Homepage.

Contract Details
Contractor Subject matter Amount of Consideration Start date Anticipated end date Provisions require parties to maintain confidentiality of any of its provisions (Yes/No) Other requirements of confidentiality (Yes/No) Reason(s)
International Monetary Fund Contribution to the South Asia regional Training and Technical Assistance Centre (SARTTAC) $2,500,000 16/04/2016 30/06/2021 No No N/A
Global Infrastructure Hub Ltd Funding for the establishment and operation of the Global Infrastructure Hub. $28,100,000.00 23/06/2015 31/12/2018 No No N/A
Multiple recipients qualified under the terms of the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Programme There were 34 substantially identical contracts with qualified recipients of funding agreements under the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Programme. All related to improve the capacity of established, not-for-profit small business advisory service providers to deliver low cost small business advisory and information services. Amounts varying from $330,000.00 to $660,000.00

An aggregate of the total amount that will be paid in respect of funding agreements under the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Programme is $18,967,767.50

5/03/2015 31/03/2018 Yes No N/A
Bundaberg Enterprise Centre Association Inc. ASBAS National Interest Project. $770,000.00 22/06/2015 30/6/2018 Yes No N/A
Multiple recipients qualified under the terms of the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Programme (Northern Australia Tourism Initiative) There were 7 substantially identical contracts with qualified recipients of funding agreements under the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Programme (Northern Australia Tourism Initiative). All related to improve the capacity of established, not-for-profit small business advisory service providers to deliver low cost small business advisory and information services. Amount of $660,000 each.
An aggregate of the total amount that will be paid in respect of funding agreements under the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Programme (Northern Australia Tourism Initiative) is $4,620,000.00
16/05/2016 30/06/2019 Yes No N/A
FinTech Australia Incorporated Promote Australia internationally as a FinTech destination $220,000 16/04/2017 30/06/2018 No No N/A
The University of New South wales The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) $300,000 30/07/2017 29/06/2023 No No N/A

Estimated cost of complying with this order is $1,500.

Basis of method used to estimate the cost is per staffing hourly rate.