On 31 July 2020, the workers concerned received a communication on the rights of workers` representation with regard to the proposed Department of Education and Training (2020). Communication is a formal requirement under the Fair Work Act 2009 and specifies the right of workers to be represented by a bargaining representative in relation to the proposed agreement. The common VPS guidelines have been approved by the Council of Victorian Secretaries and apply to all VPS employees and employers covered by the agreement. As part of the government`s public procurement reform programme, the Education Service (EPS) is a training collection centre in the field of education and training. EpS organises competitions for the purchase of common goods and services on behalf of university partners and represents partners in the UNIVERSITY sector in the OGP competitions. The EPS also plays a central coordinating role in the HE sector, encourages centralized public procurement and the provision of a supply function for laboratory, agricultural, veterinary and library products and services, as well as the demand for tenders and informs the sector of the progress of the public procurement reform programme. The EPS is also a liaison between the PMO and higher education institutions and provides advice and guidance to a network of finance and purchasing managers in this sector. The Victorian Public Service (VPS) Enterprise Agreement 2016 (agreement) partnership plan requires the development of common guidelines for important provisions of the agreement to remove ambiguities and inconsistencies between PSUs. The departmental guidelines are being revised to ensure consistency with the common guidelines on SVPS. In the event of an inconsistency between a departmental policy and a common VPS directive, priority is given to the common VPS directive.
Contracts, also known as Common Use Arrangements, exist for goods and services usually purchased by the government, such as. B as fuel, computer, electricity, travel, advertising, food and stationery. Regional purchase agreements (RBAs) and group buyout arrangements (GBAs) are available for regional purchases. Food, agricultural products and waste management services are examples. The ministry procures municipal goods, services and services to support the provision of education to public school students, in accordance with the National Procurement Commission and the government`s procurement policy. To apply for a specific Common Use Arrangement (CUA), please contact the contract manager on the AUC page. The common policies of the VPS contain guidelines for the interpretation and application of the important provisions of the agreement and should be read in conjunction with the relevant provisions of the agreement. T: 9264 5128 E: firstname.lastname@example.org There are enterprise agreements for all employees.