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2020-21 annual accountability webinar and FAQs
Last published on 14 Sep 2021 in Latest contracting news
2020-21 annual accountability webinar
Unspent funds policy for financial year 2020-2021
Last published on 09 Apr 2021 in Latest contracting news
Continuation of DCJ policy of recouping unspent funds over $250 for each funded contract
Gaining insights into the impact of COVID-19 on clients: The DCJ COVID-19 Client Survey
Last published on 03 Mar 2021 in Latest contracting news
DCJ is conducting a survey to understand the impact of COVID-19 on its clients. The survey will help us to understand how people in NSW have been impacted by COVID-19, and what services are needed in your [...]
New web page: summary for complainants about how we handle contracting complaints
Last published on 09 Oct 2020 in Latest contracting news
Handling contracting complaints
Updated requirements for authorised signatories of DCJ legal documents
We've recently updated our requirements for authorised signatories of DCJ legal documents.
New pricing, procuring and contracting human services policy
We’ve recently published the pricing, procuring and contracting human services policy, which outlines how DCJ engages service providers to deliver human services.
Introducing electronic signatures for human services contracts
Last published on 16 Jun 2020 in Latest contracting news
We’ve implemented an e-signature platform called DocuSign to make it easier for you to sign your human service contracts.
Latest information about the 2019–2020 bushfire recovery
Last published on 28 May 2020 in Latest contracting news
Bushfire recovery information provided by Resilience NSW. Current at 18 May 2020.
Updates to policies
Last published on 02 Dec 2019 in Latest contracting news
We’ve recently published some new and updated policies for funded contracts.
Update on the review of the Sector Development Program 2018–2020
Last published on 21 Jun 2019 in Latest contracting news
To ensure a capable and sustainable service system, the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) funds 14 peak and consumer organisations to undertake capacity-building and advocacy activities under the Sector Development Program.