Last days to have your say: SME Procurement Survey 2024

James Riley
Editorial Director

Do you own or manage a small tech company in Australia? Do you sell products and services into the federal government? You have just days to make your submission to the SME Procurement Survey 2024.

This ten-minute SME Procurement Survey provides a sentiment snapshot of the experience of local tech companies selling to government. The survey allows plenty of opportunities to leave comments in a completely anonymised way.

So have your say: What has been your experience in selling to government. You can access the survey here. The deadline for submissions has been extended by four days, and will close at midnight on Friday 8 March.

We want to hear from suppliers of information technology products and services to the public sector.

The Albanese government was elected in 2022 on a platform that included two signature policies that relate to procurement policy – the Buy Australian Plan and the Future Made in Australia Office (FMiAO).

Both of these offices have been fully operational for well over a year. Have they made a difference? What has been your experience?

This survey seeks to understand whether the Buy Australia Plan or FMiAO has made a material difference to local companies selling into government.

This survey closes at midnight on Friday March 8, 2024. You can start the survey by clicking here.

The empirical results of this survey will be published in and the broader insights used to help inform debate about industry development, sovereign capability and procurement policy.

This is an opportunity to have your say. The survey is short and simple, although we have left plenty of opportunities within its multiple-choice format to leave additional commentary.

All comments will be anonymised for publication. This is the fourth time has conducted its SME selling to government survey. It has over the years provided a valuable snapshot of the SME experience.

Don’t forget: Submissions will close at Midnight on Friday 8 March.

Do you know more? Contact James Riley via Email.

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