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Vendor Information Pack

1 — Overview and checklist

If you have not already visited the Strategic Procurement Page on the CAUDIT Website, this page provides a good overview of the work that we do. You may also wish to register with the CAUDIT Fast-Track process.

The CAUDIT Vendor Checklist can also be used to make sure that everything has been considered before submitting an offer to CAUDIT.

2 — Get to know CAUDIT

The following documents provide additional background and supporting information.

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On 3 February 2021 Universities Australia published a press release about the impact of COVID-10 on the Australian University Sector, supplementing the information about about sector finances:

17,000 UNI JOBS LOST TO COVID-19

Australian Universities shed at least 17,300 jobs in 2020 and lost an estimated $1.8B in revenue compared to 2019, according to figures released today by Universities Australia.

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3 — Make an offer

To make an offer:

  1. Review the checklist below (to ensure everything is covered)



  2. Submit a vendor offer using the form below




4 — Vendor Risk Assessment

For vendors that are negotiating or providing an offer to our members CAUDIT is conducting a risk assessment and making the results of that risk assessment available to our members for consideration/inclusion in their internal purchasing processes. This is an important element in ensuring offers and agreements put forward have due diligence completed, that members are able to understand the risk of engaging with these vendors, and to reduce duplication of risk assessments across CAUDIT members.

Learn more about our Vendor Risk Assessment

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