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Department of Treasury and Finance
Goods & Services that we buy

Purchasing Activity
The Department of Treasury and Finance is a key central agency of the Tasmanian State Government. Treasury is responsible for providing financial and resource management services, economic and fiscal policy advice and revenue and regulatory management services for Government.

Corporate Purchasing Activities
In comparison to other government agencies, Treasury’s purchasing activity is generally relatively low value and limited to the usual office requirements such as stationery, computers and information technology, office machines, furniture and some printing and publishing.

From time to time, the Department draws on particular skills and expertise from the private sector - in areas as varied as taxation advice, information technology, actuarial services, asset maintenance, financial and economic modelling and risk management.

Goods and Services that we Buy
The following is a list of goods and services that Treasury purchases from time to time:

  • Banking and Financial Services
  • Construction/Property Maintenance
  • Cleaning materials and services
  • Computer Consultants
  • Computers & Info. Technology
  • Financial Consultants (Auditors/Actuarial Services)
  • Furniture
  • Library – Books/Periodicals
  • Office machines/equipment
  • Printing/Publishing
  • Probity Advisers
  • Security Services
  • Stationery
  • Technical equipment
  • Training Consultants/Services
  • Travel and accommodation

All Treasury tenders are advertised on and in the Saturday edition of the local papers.

For information on what other Government agencies buy, go to the Winning Government Business section at

For more information, contact:

Building facility management:
Romeo Venettacci
Principal Facilities Officer
Phone: (03) 6166 4034

Office machines and equipment, stationery:
Geoff Bellette
Facilities Officer
Phone: (03) 6166 4035

Probity Adviser Directory
Alison Lyne
Principal Policy Analyst
Phone: (03)
6166 4221