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A RAP is a strategic document that supports an organisation’s business plan. It includes practical actions that will drive an organisation’s contribution to reconciliation both internally and in the communities in which it operates.
The RAP Program contributes to advancing the five dimensions of reconciliation by supporting organisations to develop respectful relationships and create meaningful opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Each of the four RAP types (Reflect, Innovate, Stretch, Elevate) set out the minimum elements required from your organisation to build strong relationships, respect and opportunities within your organisation and community.
“You can discuss your Reconciliation Action Plan with Baidam Solutions to see where we can help you on your journey.
You can find out more about Reconciliation Action Plans here: https://www.reconciliation.org.au/reconciliation-action-plans/
This is the government’s overarching policy for the procurement of goods and services, updated on the 1st July 2018. It establishes a framework that maximises the benefits that can be delivered through procurement found here: http://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/SiteCollectionDocuments/QLDProcurementPolicy.pdf
The policy aims to:
1. Focus on the economic benefit to Queensland – by applying a local benefits test for all significant procurement, and supporting secure and fair employment outcomes, and showcasing Queensland’s food and beverage industry.
2. Maximise Queensland suppliers’ opportunity to participate – by ensuring that for each procurement opportunity, at least one regional and one Queensland supplier, where possible, is invited to submit a quote or tender.
3. Support regional and remote economies – by allowing agencies to procure outside of whole-of-government supply arrangements for regional and remote locations.
4. Support disadvantaged Queenslanders – by increasing procurement with genuine, quality social enterprises.
5. Stimulate the ICT sector and drive innovation – by doubling the ICT pre-qualification exemption to $1 million.