Tenders and Legislation

LGAT Procurement helps Tasmanian councils undertake best practice procurement and deliver value for money for their communities by leveraging the combined purchasing power of councils around the country whilst buying locally.
Save time, save money, reduce risk by accessing contracts managed by procurement experts.

About LGAT Procurement.


The Local Government Act 1993 and Local Government (General) Regulations 2015 outline how Tasmanian Local Governments need to manage their procurement activities to ensure fairness and transparency. They also ensure there is adequate opportunity for suppliers to bid, be awarded and engage with councils in Tasmania.

LGAT arrangements typically meet the requirements of the Local Government Act 1993 and Regulations and provide Local Government entities with the assurance that all suppliers are vetted and compliant based on comprehensive tender, evaluation and approval processes.


There are currently no tenders available.


Interested in joining one of our panels?

Register at LG Tender Box for a notification when our panels are seeking new suppliers (for contracts where Local Buy is acting as the Lead Agent on behalf of LGAT only).

Preferred Supplier Tenders are advertised in the tenders section of the Mercury Newspaper (Saturday).