Pathway to Green Construction Procurement – Best Practice Guidelines  

Procurement professionals in the government sector understand that intentional procurement can lead to improved environmental sustainability. They are on the lookout for directions on how to apply government eco-friendly policies when acquiring infrastructure and overseeing construction. The “Pathway to Green Construction Procurement” published in August 2023 by APCC emphasizes five main pillars of environmental sustainability: energy, water, circular economy, biodiversity, and carbon emissions but does not delve into the social or financial aspects of capital ventures.


Shifting the Dial: Today’s Decisions for Tomorrow’s Outcomes

Thank you to all who came, supported and participated in the AMCouncil’s government asset management symposium on Friday. Chaired by Rami Affan of the Asset Management Council’s Government in Asset Management special interest group, it was a great opportunity to network and share with peers within government and across industries, an ideal forum to discuss today’s decisions for tomorrow’s outcomes.


Government Asset Management Symposium – Sydney 14 Oct 22

Registrations now open: Held annually, this one day AMCouncil technical symposium covers a key topic that is being discussed currently and the objective of this symposium is to bring representatives from various state governments together to share experiences and challenges with implementing Asset Management in government, and provide a forum for information sharing. 

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iNSW State Infrastructure Strategy

iNSW State Infrastructure Strategy has been published today. Take a look at the 20-year infrastructure investment plan for the NSW Government that places strategic fit and economic merit at the centre of investment decisions: Infrastructure NSW : State Infrastructure Strategy (

At the end of May 2022, iNSW farewells Liz Partridge, Asset Management Assurance Lead, iNSW, and we wish her well in her future endeavours. Going forward, Lucie Mitchell and Bopha Lam are the iNSW contacts for all things Asset Management.