Senate Order on government agency contracts
Contract listing – August 2016
A significant proportion of the Department’s budget is spent on veterans' health care through a variety of standing offer arrangements with the Australian health industry, including state and territory governments. These arrangements involve over 50,000 health care providers, which include small and medium business enterprises and individual practitioners. Medicare Australia acts as DVA's paying agent for most health services, paying for some 19 million transactions annually.
As well as services to the veteran community, DVA also conducts research into veteran health issues and evaluation of its service delivery programs. During the period 2014 – 2018, DVA has conducted, and will conduct additional commemorative activities relating to World War I. DVA has a range of administrative and corporate services under contract.
Explanations of these services can be found in the DVA Annual Report
Financial year 2015-16 Senate Order on departmental and agency contracts list for the period 1 July 2015 – 30 June 2016
The Senate Order on departmental and agency contracts was amended 14 May 2015 to allow NCCEs to rely upon the data published on AusTender.
All contracts subject to the Order are listed on AusTender.