- A–Z policies, guides, fact sheets and forms
An A–Z of all our contract management-related policies, guides, fact sheets and forms for DCJ service providers.
- About the Funded Contract Management Framework
A summary of the framework, and its scope.
- Annual accountability
Annual accountability requirements, information about the process, and resources to assist with preparing submissions. Annual accountability applies to DCJ service providers that deliver funded contracts.
- Contracting issues and complaints
Making complaints to us, and your responsibilities for resolving complaints and protecting whistleblowers. How we handle complaints and deal with allegations of misconduct.
- Contract variations
Information for DCJ service providers on when a contract variation is required, how one is made, and how it differs from exercising an option in a contract.
- DCJ interest in service provider working arrangements
An outline of common service provider working arrangements — subcontract, consortium and joint working arrangement — and our interest in each.
- Joint working arrangements
Information about joint working arrangements, and how they may affect the contract with us.
- Key contract management roles and their responsibilities
This page describes the key roles and responsibilities for effectively managing DCJ human services contracts and delivering services for DCJ.
- Managing secure information and notifying us of information or data security incidents
The obligations and requirements for service providers to maintain secure information, and notify us when an actual or suspected information or data security incident is detected. This policy applies to all electronic and physical data storage.
- Mergers, acquisitions and amalgamations
Information for service providers contracted by us, about the implications of a merger, acquisition, amalgamation or similar change of control, and the requirements for notifying us.
Information for service providers contracted by us, about the additional responsibilities and obligations of subcontracting, and the requirements for obtaining consent to subcontract.
- Unspent funds
This states the requirements for returning or retaining unspent funds for human services contracts. These requirements are effective from 19 July 2023.