SSROC plays a key role in helping member councils define their procurement requirements and scope of works to obtain what they need at best value. Participation in regional contracts continues to be strong, with SSROC procuring goods and services worth approximately $32 million in the 2016-2017 financial year on behalf of the member councils, along with maintenance of approximately 35 regional contracts for its member councils to utilise. SSROC offers procurement support to all member councils.

During the 2017-2018 financial year, SSROC will undertake numerous tenders of existing and new regional contracts, including banking, mattress collection and recovery, asphalt road marking and associated products (in collaboration with LGP), and the Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

Proposed new contracts will be discussed in detail with member councils at a procurement planning event. It is anticipated that all 11 member councils will participate, with the event being facilitated by PwC and hosted at their Barangaroo rooms.

Current Contracts

SSROC conducts an active procurement program on behalf of its member councils. Contracts exist under many areas of operations.

For information about these and other contracts contact ssroc@ssroc.nsw.gov.au

Tenders and EOI

SSROC maintains a number regional contracts on behalf of member councils and aims to continuously improve its offer through better value, business alignment and service improvement.

All current Tenders and EOI’s will be listed – please click through to view current listings.

For further information about current Tenders and Expressions of Interest (EOI), contact ssroc@ssroc.nsw.gov.au

Shared Services – Business Advisory Services

The SSROC Internal Audit and Business Consulting Service (IABCS) is a unique shared service offered exclusively to our member councils and has been operating successfully since 2010. Over the last seven years our consultants have provided internal audit services to 10 of our SSROC member councils and continue to provide exceptional services to councils that have recently amalgamated.

In addition to the core shared service (internal audit), the SSROC IABCS team has also supported councils in providing specialist professional services including:
  • Executive placement (temporary fill-in positions)
  • Probity advisory service
  • Compliance reviews
  • Business improvement
  • Special reviews

The SSROC IABCS team have an outstanding track record with member councils, and have delivered affordable, flexible and objective professional services at a competitive cost. The inherent goodwill and flexible shared service arrangement, complemented by a solid relationship with management will see SSROC continuing to provide exceptional business and professional services to its member councils.

To find out more about SSROC’s Business Advisory Services please contact us on ssroc@ssroc.nsw.gov.au