THE BENEFITS OF SUPPORTING INDIGENOUS BUSINESS
The purpose of the Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) is to leverage the Commonwealth’s annual multi-billion dollar procurement spend to drive demand for Indigenous goods and services, stimulate Indigenous economic development and grow the Indigenous business sector.
The IPP was launched on 1 July 2015 and has three main parts:
A target number of contracts that need to be awarded to Indigenous businesses.
A mandatory set-aside for remote contracts and contracts valued between $80,000 - $200,000.
Minimum Indigenous participation requirements in contracts valued at or above $7.5m in certain industries.
GIVING INDIGENOUS PEOPLE
TOOLS TO BE SELF DETERMINED
Self determination is an 'on going process of choice' to ensure that Indigenous communities are able to meet their social, cultural and economic needs
Big or Small
Jinigli has the capacity and team to service any contract, big or small
Do you have a Reconciliation Action Plan?
Are you finding it hard to achieve the goals that you have set out in your current RAP?
We can enable your organisation to achieve your RAP's vision by partnering with Jingili
Doing the job right!
Economic independence for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is at the heart of what we do.
GROWING A LOCAL BUSINESS
Support a local business, who employs locally, buys locally and contributes to the local economy
Creating beneficial partnerships that develop employment opportunities for Indigenous people is a key Jinigili priority.