The Victorian Industry Participation Policy (VIPP) was passed as an effort of the Victorian Government to create a flow of work opportunities for the local industries (small and medium enterprises) by giving them the right legal framework to participate in public procurement in an even field. “VIPP requires government departments and agencies to consider competitive local suppliers, including SMEs, when awarding contracts valued at: $1 million or more in regional Victoria, or $3 million or more in metropolitan Melbourne or for state-wide activities.”
- Public Procurement Laws and Regulations
- Small and Medium Enterprises and PPPs
- Laws and Regulations on Inclusion of SMEs in PPPs
- Public-Private Partnerships Laws/Concession Laws.