Hundreds of pre-qualified sellers
All sellers on the Digital Marketplace Panel are assessed for corporate stability, digital expertise and value for money before they can apply for an opportunity. You still need to consider if a seller is suitable for your needs, and perform any required due diligence.
Publish quickly and easily
First-time buyers have reported they can create and publish a brief within 30 minutes. Briefs remain open for either 1 or 2 weeks. So, if what you need is straightforward, you can have a proposal or resumes on your desk in a little over a week.
Competitive market prices
On average 15 sellers compete for every opportunity, which naturally creates a range of options to achieve value for money. See the daily rates trends charts.
Support meeting diversity aims
Sellers can elect to showcase their Indigenous, disability or diversity status through badges that are searchable, which helps buyers’ policy requirements, for example the Indigenous Procurement Policy.
Simpler due diligence
The Digital Marketplace provides a single source for seller insurances and financials that you need in your enhanced due diligence. Insurance documentation will be available through the seller profile. Financial documentation will be available on request when you are considering awarding a contract.
With hundreds of new sellers onboarding in a richer content environment we’ve added keyword search on content and badges to help you source the expertise you need.
Have a problem but not sure what you need?
Describe what outcomes you’re trying to achieve and leverage off the expertise in the market for potentially innovative, value for money solutions.
We’ve revised the legal foundation for the Digital Marketplace Panel. It’s now a modular contract that is designed to scale for procurements from simple to complex.