A revised Market-led Proposals Guideline was released in November 2017.
The Market-led Proposals Guideline (the guideline) was updated in November 2017. The updated guideline reaffirms Government’s commitment to a transparent process for considering whether market-led proposals are in the public interest, represent value for money and are consistent with Government policy and priorities.
Well-developed proposals are assessed through a five-stage process. Innovative ideas are assessed through a separate two-stage process outlined in Appendix 1 of the guideline.
The Treasurer is the responsible Minister for the guideline and all proposals and innovative ideas must be submitted to the Department of Treasury and Finance (DTF).
Market-led Proposals Guideline (PDF 1.43mb)
Market-led Proposals Guideline (DOCX 301kb)
Government has identified a number of areas of interest and priority areas for attracting market-led proposals. Prior to the pre-submission meeting, proponents are encouraged to review Government’s priority areas for market-led proposals. The Government may periodically update its areas of priority.
Government’s priority areas for market-led proposals (PDF 105kb)
Government’s priority areas for market-led proposals (DOCX 1.77mb)