Guidelines & Templates
VIPP Guidelines (PDF 299.77 KB)
The Victorian Industry Participation Policy (VIPP) Guideline is the overarching policy document, which provides an overview of the principles and objectives of VIPP, and guidance for both government Agencies and suppliers in applying VIPP to relevant procurements and projects. There are two companion guidelines, the VIPP – Agency Guideline and VIPP – Supplier Guideline, which are provided below for more detailed advice.
VIPP Guidelines (DOC 122 KB)
Accessible Word version of the VIPP guidelines.
VIPP Agency Guideline
The VIPP – Agency Guideline provides detailed steps for how Victorian Government Agencies (which covers all public sector bodies) should apply VIPP to their procurement activities. This document is one of the two companion documents to the overarching VIPP Guidelines above.
Accessible Word version of VIPP – Agency Guideline.
This presentation provides assistance for Agencies on how to navigate ICN Victoria's VIPP Management Centre, including examples and screenshots of the contestability assessment, VIPP Plan and ICN certification letter. An accessible version of the presentation transcript (DOC 89.0 KB) is also available.
VIPP Supplier Guideline
The VIPP – Supplier Guideline outlines the steps to be undertaken by businesses to bid for government work when VIPP has been applied. This document is one of two companion documents to the overarching VIPP Guidelines above.
Accessible Word version of the VIPP – Supplier Guideline.
This presentation provides assistance to suppliers on using the VIPP Management Centre, as well as screenshots of a VIPP Plan and certification letter. An accessible version of the presentation transcript (DOC 86.5 KB) is also available.
VIPP Templates and Model Clauses
Effective 1 January 2013, the VIPP Plan form is available as an online form from the ICN Victoria's VIPP Management Centre. This online form has enhanced assistance features which will give you real-time help to prepare your VIPP Plan.
The VIPP Model Clauses have been prepared by the Victorian Government Solicitor's Office to provide Victorian public sector bodies (Agencies) with model clauses to apply VIPP in request for tender documentation and within contracts for VIPP applicable activities. The model clauses are a guide and should be amended as appropriate to align with each State contracting agency's tender and contracting documents where required.
The VIPP Monitoring Table must be completed and submitted by the Agency to ICN Victoria for review at the completion of a contract, as part of the Post-Contract Verification process.
Financial Reporting DirectionsDepartment of Treasury and Finance issues financial reporting directions and guidance for public sector bodies. The financial reporting direction for VIPP is FRD 25B.
Provides a State Government definition of Regional Victoria based upon the Regional Growth Fund Act 2011.