Digital Marketplace and Supplier Hub

Learn about providing goods and services and how businesses can register to supply to government

Are you a government buyer wanting to buy IT goods and services? Or maybe you’re a business wanting to supply to government? 

The government procurement process is now easier with Digital Marketplace(opens in a new window) and Supplier Hub(opens in a new window) 

What is Digital Marketplace? 

Digital Marketplace is an online platform used by government buyers to: 

  • access supplier information  
  • connect with suppliers
  • buy IT goods and services

Digital Marketplace improves the way government procures goods and services. 

Businesses currently on Digital Marketplace 

Currently, only IT businesses are available on the Digital Marketplace. Over time as the platform is rolled out, more businesses from other industries will be available.

What is Supplier Hub? 

Supplier Hub is the front door for suppliers to Digital Marketplace(opens in a new window) 

It is a single, online place where business can: 

  • upload supplier details  
  • upload insurances and certificates

Supplier Hub makes it easier and quicker for business to work with the government. 

Currently, we are only encouraging IT businesses to register on Supplier Hub. Over time as the platform is rolled out, more businesses from other industries will be invited to register for a profile. 

Watch the video below to find out more about the Digital Marketplace. 

State purchase contracts on Digital Marketplace 

The following contracts are currently available on the Digital Marketplace: 

Registers on Digital Marketplace 

The following register is currently available on the Digital Marketplace: 

More contracts and registers(opens in a new window) will be available on Digital Marketplace over time. 

Tools and support 

Government buyers and suppliers can access help and support resources within Supplier Hub and Digital Marketplace platforms after log-in.

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