The Senate Order on Entity Contracts, also known as the Murray Motion, requires government agencies to report twice a year (financial year and calendar year) contracts entered into that are at or above the value of $100,000 (GST inclusive) and which:
- have not been fully performed as at 30 June 2023, or
- which have been entered into during the 12 months prior to 30 June 2023.
- been entered into during the 2023 financial year.
|Contractor||Value of the Contract (AUD)||Subject matter of each such contract||Commencement Date of Contract||Anticipated End Date of the Contract||Confidentiality Requirements (if any)||Reason for confidentiality|
|Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)||$988,717.00||Management Support Services||20-Apr-23||8-Mar-24||N/A|
|Ernst & Young Pty Ltd||$149,016.00||Management Support Services||22-Apr-23||30-Jun-24||N/A|
|Struber Pty Ltd||$251,548.00||Regional Consultation||18-May-23||30-Jun-23||N/A|
|Murawin Pty Ltd||$191,119.50||First Nations Consultation||30-May-23||30-Jun-23||N/A|
|SJT Consulting Services Pty Ltd||$193,189.00||Management Support Services||1-Jun-23||24-Jul-23||N/A|
|THE TRUSTEE FOR SALSA DIGITAL TRUST||$106,628.50||Website Services||7-Jun-23||30-Jun-23||Yes||CCA has has determined specific intellectual property and/or trade secrets are to be kept confidential obtained in performing the contract.|
Procurement contracts are available through the Senate Order Report located on the AusTender Homepage (www.tenders.gov.au(Opens in a new tab/window)).
The Climate Change Authority does not have any ‘non-procurement’ contracts to report for the 2022-2023 financial year.