Working with Council

Rural City of Wangaratta uses eProcure to advertise requests for tenders, quotes, expressions of interest and other purchasing requirements. To view current tender opportunities click the link below.

View Tenders Here

Please register as a supplier with eProcure to ensure you are notified of upcoming tender opportunities with Council. To register with eProcure, use the above link to access our new Portal, and remember to save this in your favourites for easy access.

Become a Pre-Qualified Supplier

Why become a Pre-Qualified Supplier?

Becoming a Pre-Qualified Supplier means you remain on our supplier register, eliminating the need to register as a supplier each time you provide a quote or apply for a tender.

Another benefit is that we may approach pre-qualified suppliers directly for quotes under the $250,000 threshold.

Step 1. Gather your documents

To apply to be a Pre-Qualified Supplier, you will need to submit one of the following:

You will also need to submit a copy of your current insurance certificates of currency

Step 2. Submit your application 

Submit your application including all support documents via email to

Step 3. Stay up to date

If you application is successful, you will be issued with a unique supplier number. Each time you apply for a tender you will need to supply up to date insurance certificates and your supplier number.


Procurement Policy & Purchase Conditions

A copy of Council's Procurement Policy and and Conditions for Goods and Services providers can be found below.

Procurement Policy 2021(PDF, 206KB)

Purchase Order General Conditions

Doing Business With Council

Trying to understand how to successfully become a supplier for local government can be quite daunting. There are a lot of rules and regulations, and understanding why and how decisions are made is important.

The guide and website below are designed to encourage potential suppliers to form profitable, long term partnerships with councils. For existing suppliers, it should also help to reveal why councils work the way they do.

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Doing business with local government 

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