You must provide a maximum day rate for each digital service that you offer. There are no fixed limits to the day rates. However, your maximum daily rate will be evaluated in conjunction with your technical and commercial capabilities to determine value for money.
Sellers who joined the Marketplace before 18 June 2018
You must provide your pricing before the end of July 2018. After July 2018 you will only be able to apply for Marketplace opportunities if you have listed your maximum daily rate for each of your areas of expertise and been assessed by the Marketplace team as representing value for money.
If you prefer to offer digital outcomes to buyers, rather than offer individual specialists, you must still provide pricing in your profile for assessment purposes at this stage. This does not commit you to provide outcomes on this basis. If you also offer recruitment services, you will still need to provide your mark-up and margin.
How to determine the day rate
The Marketplace asks for a comparable level of pricing across all sellers. This helps ensure that your business offers value for money. We ask sellers to list their maximum daily rate (including GST) for each service, using Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) level 5 as a guide.
If you don’t normally offer services on a daily basis, you will still need to provide a rate for assessment purposes.
You can view our daily rates trend charts for guidance.
Value for money
Value for money is a comprehensive assessment. It takes into account cost, represented by your maximum daily rate, and value, which is represented by your technical and commercial capabilities.