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Doors open for Australian businesses in updated procurement rules

by Jon Cottam •
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Recent changes to the Common Procurement Rules (CPR) guidelines issued by the Department of Finance see a greater emphasis on realising the “domestic economic benefit” (DEB) from goods and services procured by the Federal Government that exceed $4 million

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