DFAT acknowledges the important role that our delivery partners play in delivering our Official Development Assistance goals. Therefore, we are working towards a collaborative relationship with delivery partners to foster an inclusive, supportive and responsible contracting community.
DFAT has established an Aid Business Engagement Section within our Aid Contracting Branch to work collaboratively with our suppliers.
- We will provide up to date information on LinkedIn.
- Be a point of contact for industry on ideas and issues
- We will provide info sessions on different topics throughout the year.
DFAT supplier engagement calendar of events (last updated 9th August 2019)
DFAT's supplier engagement calendar of events is updated with up and coming dates regularly.
Aid procurement and supplier events
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|4 September 2019
DFAT Supplier Engagement Event- Adelaide
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) will hold its next regular free information session on doing business with DFAT in Adelaide.
Ground Floor, Allianz House 55 Currie Street Adelaide, SA 5000
|21 November 2019
The Big Meet 2019
DFAT’s must-attend event for those looking to collaborate, engage and maximise business networking.
This is DFAT’s fourth annual aid supplier event building on the last three years.
Who should attend: organisations or academic institutions delivering aid and development and/or international business services across various sectors including professional consulting, education, health and construction in Australia’s’ region.
18 National Circuit
Canberra, ACT 2600
|17-19 February 2020
2020 Australasian Aid Conference, Australian National University
Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
|For more information
DFAT Aid Supplier Conference
Initiated in 2017, the DFAT Aid Supplier Conference provides a forum for improved communication between DFAT and suppliers of services to the Australian aid program. It provides aid suppliers with a unique opportunity to network and build on how the Government's development assistance program contributes to Australia's national interest by promoting prosperity, stability and security in our region.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on LinkedIn DFAT Supplier Network.