In July, the Government announced changes to the way local Aboriginal owned businesses can win contracts with government agencies in 2020. These measures have now been extended and will be in place until May 31st 2021. These changes include: No need for a tender...
GIVING ABORIGINAL BUSINESSES A BOOST
Are you in business and want to know more about supplying goods or services to government agencies? Morrgul works with Aboriginal businesses to make the most of tendering opportunities.
Morrgul is a Kimberley based not-for-profit offering procurement support to Aboriginal people in regional Western Australia. Morrgul’s services and training are provided at no cost to anyone who has the capacity and motivation to tender for goods and services.
Morrgul has supported many successful Aboriginal businesses across a wide range of industries since commencing in 2013 and has the skills and experience to make your business goals a reality.
Aboriginal Procurement Advisory Program
Morrgul can work with business owners to understand how to access opportunities to supply goods and services to Local and State Government, how to complete tender documents, and demonstrate their business capability and capacity to potential buyers. The Aboriginal Procurement Advisory Service is an initiative of the Dept of Primary Industries and Regional Development and it is available to all regionally-based Aboriginal businesses in WA.
Aboriginal Business Capability Program
The Aboriginal Business Capability Program is a training program delivered by Morrgul and funded by the Department of Finance. The Program includes an accessible online training program and targeted support activities, that teach Aboriginal businesses about tendering processes, drafting tender documents and running a business. The training is available to all Aboriginal business owners in the Kimberley and you can register here.
Morrgul is located in Broome and works closely with Indigenous Business Australia (IBA), National Indigenous Australians Agency, (NIAA) Many Rivers, Kimberley Development Commission, Tourism WA (TWA), Kimberley Small Business Centre and others to maximise the level of business support provided to clients.
Who Should Apply
For clients outside of Broome, we can provide support via phone or we will arrange to visit you.
The Aboriginal Business Capability Program is a 3-part online training program that teaches Aboriginal business owners about all aspects of the tendering process, writing a tender and running a business. Check out our Training page to find out what extra activities we will be running in the Kimberley in 2020!
- Development of a Capability Statement
- Assistance to register on ABDWA/Supply Nation and tender portals/registers
- Assistance to review profiles on registers
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