Business documents required from sellers on the Marketplace include:
- financial statement
- professional indemnity and public liability insurance documents
- workers compensation certification.
If you plan to submit candidates for specialist opportunities in the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland or Victoria, you must hold a current labour hire licence.
We require these documents so that we can accurately assess a seller's viability to deliver services on the Marketplace.
Financial statement and daily price rate
A financial statement gives government buyers confidence in the financial stability of your business. The statement should reflect the size and stage of development of your business.
There are also a range of sellers in our seller catalogue, providing different digital service categories.
To offer services, sellers are assessed by the Marketplace for their skills, experience and pricing. These combine to confirm if the seller offers government buyers value for money. Read our guidelines on seller pricing.
Professional indemnity and public liability insurance
Please upload these documents as one file. To do this, scan both documents into a single PDF or use an online tool to merge your documents and then upload them to the Marketplace.
You must provide your state’s relevant workers compensation certification. If you are not eligible to register for workers compensation you should provide a signed declaration that you are ineligible.
How to replace an expired business document
- Log in to the Digital Marketplace and go to your dashboard.
- Select 'Update profile'.
- Under the documents tab, upload your new documents. Make sure you 'Save and Continue'.
- Go to the 'Preview and submit' tab and select 'Preview and submit updates'.
- Select 'Submit updates'.
Note: The Digital Marketplace team will review all updates before the changes are published.