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The report provides a snapshot of social procurement achievements made and stories of the people and organisations who have benefited from this work.
The report also demonstrates the difference each government procurement can make to the lives of Victorians and Victorian communities.
It also sets a baseline to measure social procurement achievements in the future.
Victoria’s Social Procurement Framework has been delivered in collaboration between the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions and the Department of Treasury and Finance.
This report was designed by Little . The engagement of Little Rocket is an example of the government’s Social Procurement Framework in action, directly contributing to the outcomes sought under the following two objectives: ‘Opportunities for Victorian Aboriginal people’ and ‘Sustainable Victorian social enterprise and Aboriginal business sectors’.
This is the third year that Little Rock has designed the Victorian Government Social Procurement Framework Report. The opportunity to work on the design each year has allowed our creative team to work on meaningful content and further develop our capabilities. The support from government departments directly affects the utilisation of First nations supply chains.
We recognise the diversity of Aboriginal people living throughout Victoria. While the terms 'Koorie' or 'Koori' are commonly used by Aboriginal people of Southeast Australia, we have used the term Aboriginal in this report to include all people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent who are living in Victoria.
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Note on accessibility
We've provided as much of this annual report in HTML as practicable. Complex data tables are provided in position in Word documents. Diagrams with spatial information are presented in position as text.
Reviewed 05 October 2022