Doing business with government

Unsolicited proposals to government

When a business or not-for-profit organisation approaches the government with a proposal that hasn't formally been requested and doesn't fit into existing procurement processes, it's known as an unsolicited proposal.

Unsolicited proposals can cover a wide range of areas, including:

  • the delivery of services to or on behalf of government
  • the provision of infrastructure
  • access to government assets
  • seeking government support (financial, regulatory or other) to undertake an activity.

Who can lodge a proposal

The state government welcomes unsolicited proposals from the community and wants to work with the private sector to identify new and innovative ways to drive the state's development.

How to lodge and unsolicited proposal

To learn more, including how to lodge a proposal, see Unsolicited proposals on the Department of Treasury and Finance website.


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Page last updated 16 June 2017

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