Research Roundtable on Social and Indigenous Preferential Procurement

Authored by:

Jo Barraket

Status: Completed June 2021

Researchers from Swinburne, University of Technology Sydney, and the University of Melbourne came together with leaders from policy and practice on 25 June 2021 to share insights about current research in Australia on social and Indigenous preferential procurement.

Participation in the event was by invitation to support high quality discussion between people with a particular interest and expertise in social procurement.

The purpose of the Roundtable was to map out existing research, identify gaps and synergies, and consider implications for future knowledge needs. Presenters shared their current research and findings, and all participants engaged in discussion about current and emerging research needs.

The Research Roundtable Report is based on the input and insights of researchers and policy and practice leaders.

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