Building Local Capability
The government has in place a range of financial and advisory programs to help businesses build capability, capacity and competitiveness in the supply chain. Local Content Advisers promote these programs and support local businesses to access these opportunities.
Local Capability Funds
There are currently two rounds of the Local Capability Fund available to assist small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Western Australia to increase their capability and competitiveness as suppliers of products, services and works to the State Government and the marketplace generally.
Local Capability Fund – Regional Aboriginal Business Round
This LCF round will focus on competitive regionally-based Aboriginal businesses to supply products, services and works to State, Federal or Local Government agencies and the private sector.
Download the LCF Regional Aboriginal Business Factsheet.
Local Capability Fund – WAIPS Round (for SMEs)
This LCF round will focus on SMEs in Western Australia who are seeking to supply to Western Australian State Government agencies, Government Trading Entities and Local Government.
Further information, resources and support
The WA Industry Link portal is an online source of information to help local business maximise their opportunity to supply to government. The portal offers businesses and agencies a range of useful information, resources and access to advice and programs to build capability.
For more information on WA Industry Link please visit industrylink.wa.gov.au
For further information contact the Great Southern Development Commission Local Content Adviser, Gavin Ellis on 9842 4888 or email email@example.com.