Procurement & Tenders
Council's tender process plays an important role in the economic development of Logan City.
Under the Local Government Act, Council is required to put contracts worth more than $220,000 out to tender. However, because of its commitment to open and effective competition, it will regularly call for tenders on projects of lesser value, to ensure the best contractor is sourced, and provide new opportunities for suppliers.
Council has a policy to use suppliers based in Logan City wherever possible, and is a keen supporter of economic development in the city.
A listing of awarded contracts.
A link to tender documents currently available from Logan City Council.
Doing Business with Council
Information for tenderers wanting to do business with Logan City Council.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions surrounding Procurement and Tenders.
Goods & Services Tax (GST)
About Goods and Services Tax and Australian Business Number registrations.
Logan City Council's tender process.