Implementation timetable for the Social Procurement Framework
The implementation of Victoria’s Social Procurement Framework will be phased in throughout 2018-19. Specific activities, roles and responsibilities will be determined through further consultation and development.
|Release framework along with detailed guidance and tools for buyers and suppliers to support planning and reporting by departments and agencies||April-September 2018|
|Complete roll out of the framework across all government departments and agencies||September 2018|
|Government departments and agencies submit first annual report against the framework||July 2019|
Evaluating the Social Procurement Framework by measurement and reporting
It is important that processes exist to measure the costs and benefits of social procurement to ensure value for money is achieved and substantiated. Sound measurement and reporting will enable evaluation of the framework over time, and inform future consideration as to the framework objectives and recommended approaches.
Government departments and agencies subject to the Standing Directions 2018 made under the Financial Management Act are required to report on their social procurement activities in their annual reports under this framework.
Reporting against the framework and delivery against the outcome priorities is required against individual contracts and at the department or agency level.
Table 6: Department and agency measurement for reporting
Measuring supplier performance, such as:
|Department or agency|
Aggregated outputs, such as:
Tools and support
Reviewed 31 August 2023