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Rule 64:
Infrastructure

Explains who an agency should engage with if considering an infrastructure procurement.

  1. Agencies considering the procurement of infrastructure with a (total cost of ownership of more than $50 million) must:
    1. consult with Treasury’s Interim Infrastructure Transactions Unit (ITU) (or any new entity established to take over the functions of that Unit) early in the development of the project’s business case
    2. follow relevant published ITU guidance
    3. involve the ITU in the assessment of the project’s business case and advice to Ministers
    4. invite the ITU to participate in relevant project steering and working groups, and in the selection panels for all key advisor appointments in relation to the project, and
    5. use any standard form documentation developed by the ITU as the basis for any infrastructure contract, and consult with the ITU over any material proposed modifications.

Procurement advice

‘Infrastructure’ means fixed, long-lived structures that facilitate economic performance and well-being. Infrastructure includes buildings and physical networks, principally: transport, water, social assets and digital infrastructure such as mobile and broadband infrastructure, however funded.

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