The Digital Marketplace helps government agencies and digital experts do business together. It is made up of a procurement panel (SON3413842) compliant with Commonwealth Procurement Rules, along with a seller catalogue and government opportunities.
What this service does
We offer a range of sourcing options to suit the varying needs of Government buyers, so that they can do business with sellers of digital services. This includes some sourcing options only available through the Marketplace.
This panel was established through an open approach to market by the Digital Transformation Agency. It complies with the requirements of conducting an open tender. All panel members have accepted our Master Agreement. You can also download the Master Agreement.
find sellers on the panel using the seller catalogue
invite new sellers to join at any time
hire a digital specialist if you need contractors or consultants
- ask the market for expressions of interest (EOI) or requests for information (RFI)
seek proposals and quotes for digital outcomes when your sourcing needs are clear
publish a training opportunity to build your team's digital capability
download responses and award contracts through the Marketplace
- work with internal teams within your organisation
Before you start
We recommend that you check with your own procurement team. For example, is the procurement you’re seeking, in alignment with your own internal policies and objectives?
Become as clear as you can on your requirements or the problem you want to solve. We also encourage you to seek approval on any spend that may be involved in the process. You can collaborate on your opportunity before publishing with the panel templates.
view and respond to opportunities published on the Marketplace
sign up at any time and offer new services to government
request assessment to offer services on the panel
Who can be a buyer?
Buyers are from local, state, territory or federal government. Commonwealth corporate entities (CCE’s) can also use the Marketplace, for example, the ABC, National Museum of Australia and most universities.
Who can be a seller?
Sellers of digital products or services can join the Digital Marketplace at anytime.
Advice and support
Sellers can find guidance by:
referring to the Marketplace seller guide — learn how to join and respond to opportunities
Buyers can find guidance by:
referring to the buyer guide — learn how to become a buyer publish opportunities
requesting a demo — we'll come and show you how the service works in person
- contacting the Marketplace — learn how to structure, write and assess opportunities. We can also provide technical sourcing advice to help you find the right seller for your needs.