By managing these activities through a centrally administered agreement, the Government seeks to: Queensland Ministries currently spend over $30 million annually on outside legal services provided by lawyers. The Queensland government spends at least as much on other government agencies and bodies. A centrally coordinated panel manager manages performance and monitors and reports on panel layout to drive continuous improvement. The Director of the Unit is the Director of the Legal Services Coordination Unit of the Ministry of Justice and the Attorney-General. Redlich Holding`s local government group has the expertise and extensive experience to provide quality legal services to local authorities. Information on the competition, consumer and tax panels is available on websites managed by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (www.accc.gov.au) and the Australian Taxation Office (www.ato.gov.au). This is a statewide agreement with 32 providers in 8 jurisdictions and 14 categories of legal services and 1 category of legal resources. Categories of legal services and legal resources include: All inquiries should be directed to the [email protected] by email. Rostron Carlyle Rojas Lawyers is a pre-approved provider to the Queensland Government under the Statewide Legal Services Council, selected to provide legal services to local governments, public companies, statutory agencies and government ministries across the state. For more details on using the panel, see the Legal Services Panel Buyer`s Guide, available to clients on QCD. To maximize opportunities for regional businesses and ensure flexibility, departments can deploy regional law firms outside the panel without requesting an exemption for work done in a region for matters up to $15,000.
Unlike departments, entities that opt for the commission`s arrangement do not have to use the list exclusively. General SOA information is available to customers in the Queensland Contracts Directory (QCD). Pricing, as well as the legal expertise and experience of key personnel for each of the panels, are [email protected] available to clients via email. The Expert Group was established as a coordinated procurement in the context of competitive value for money based on an open market approach. The panel is managed by AGD and was created on August 15, 2019. The panel aims to make better use of the Commonwealth`s purchasing power and improve the effectiveness of the Commonwealth`s cooperation with external legal service providers. The Queensland State Legal Services Council commenced on 1 June 2020. The Board of Directors consists of 32 law firms (suppliers) selected to provide legal services or legal resources to ministries and other entities. The panel is currently scheduled to end on May 31, 2024, with a further 2-year extension possible. Redlich Holding provides strategic legal services and advice to Queensland government departments, hospital and health services, statutory authorities and other relevant bodies through our appointment to nine Queensland Legal Services Categories Whole-of-Government Legal Services Panel.
Suppliers are required to report annually on the number of hours of pro bono legal work performed by counsel within the provider`s organization (as reported to the Centre as part of the national pro bono objective). Designated suppliers may provide services in one or more categories of entitlement/service area. Panel suppliers are listed in the Queensland Contracts Directory. Crown Law is one of the leading providers of legal services to the Queensland Government. Legal services, as described in the Tied Work Guidelines, must be provided under the authority of the Crown Act. With respect to unrestricted work, Queensland Government departments may choose to use Crown law, a sign provider or a lawyer. The Commission does not amend existing agreements with Crown Law and divisions may continue to apply the Crown Act alongside designated corporations. The National Council consists of over 14 specialist lawyers working across Australia in a wide range of service expertise. The Queensland State Legal Services Council was established on 1 June 2020. The Board of Directors is composed of 32 law firms (suppliers) selected to provide legal services or legal resources to ministries and other entities.
The panel is currently scheduled to end on May 31, 2024, a further extension of 2 years is possible. The panel began on June 1, 2020 and the first term ends on May 31, 2024. There is another two-year extension option. The Queensland Government may also conduct medium-term update processes and prior to the exercise of renewal options. The Professional Services of General Goods and Services sub-category manages all professional services of the government, including finance, audit, economics, human resources, management, policy, agile project and program management, procurement, probity and legal services. SOA documentation, a buying guide and related fact sheets are available to customers via the Queensland Contracts Directory (QCD) or [email protected]. Participating agencies can also directly access AGS legal services and do not have to use the panel`s flexibility framework or request an exemption from the use of the panel. Linked works cannot be purchased via the portal, please contact AGS or the corresponding linked supplier directly. Departments and other entities that choose to do so must designate a Supplier Relations Manager as the primary point of contact for the committee. The statewide Board consists of over 14 specialist legal practitioners operating across Australia in a wide range of service expertise. The panel includes 14 categories of legal services and an additional service area for the provision of legal resources.
Suppliers appointed to the Committee provide services in one or more service categories/areas. This is a statewide agreement with 39 suppliers in 3 subcategories and 17 specializations. The specializations among the 3 subcategories are as follows: The committee began on June 1, 2020 and the first term ends on May 31, 2024. There is another two-year extension option. The Queensland Government may also conduct medium-term update processes and prior to exercising renewal options. All applications must be emailed to [email protected]. Participating agencies can also directly access AGS legal services and do not need to use the panel`s flexibility framework or request an exemption from the use of the panel.