Aboriginal Participation In Construction Policy – Implementation Made Easy!
The revised Aboriginal Participation in Construction (APIC) policy 2018 has been developed to support greater participation by Aboriginal people in government construction projects across NSW.
The objective of the APIC policy is to create opportunities for Aboriginal owned businesses and encourage Aboriginal employment and training through the supply chain of NSW Government contracts.
The APIC policy is now mandatory for three categories of construction projects:
- Category 1 Projects nominated by an agency that are primarily directed to one or more Aboriginal communities. This includes projects where an Aboriginal community is the sole or predominant beneficiary, is a key user group or a predominant stakeholder.
- Category 2 All other construction projects where the estimated value is over $10 million.
- Category 3 All other construction projects where the estimated value is over $1 million.
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