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The Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Act 2018 gives suppliers, and potential suppliers, the right to a judicial review of a procurement process if they believe Treasury, or a Treasury official, has breached the Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPRs). The Act requires the accountable authorities of relevant Commonwealth entities to formally investigate complaints that are made in accordance with the Act, and to suspend procurements during the investigation of a complaint under the Act, unless a public interest certificate is in place.

If you have a complaint about a Treasury procurement process, please complete the Procurement complaint form and send it to procurementteam@treasury.gov.au.