Accepting a Quotation

Depending on the complexity, value and type of good or service being purchased, an offer can be accepted by:

  • issuing a letter of acceptance;
  • issuing a Purchase Order; or
  • using a more formal Agreement, including specified Conditions of Contract.

Accepting an offer by any of these means forms a contract with the supplier.

Regardless of the form of acceptance used, certain conditions are required to be contained in all contracts with suppliers. These conditions are set out in the Treasurer's Instruction 1109. In addition, the contract must comply with the Crown Contracts Confidentiality Policy.

Follow the link for further information in relation to Finalising the contract - Contracting.


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