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Queensland Industry Participation Policy Act 2011 – 1 October 2014

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The government must develop and adopt a policy (called the local industry policy) about the participation by local industry in projects, developments, procurements and other initiatives undertaken or funded, whether wholly or partially, by the State. The local industry policy applies to agencies and where notification is provided by government, it also applies to Government Owned Corporations (GOCs) and rail government entities. For the definitions of ‘local industry’ and ‘agency’, refer to the Schedule dictionary.

  • Sections 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 16, Schedule
Reason for law

To provide for the development and implementation of a local industry participation policy for the State. (Long title of Act)

Relevant links

Winning work on major projects [Queensland Government]

Charter for Local Content [Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning]


The Act title and content could be updated to reflect the apparent change of name of the policy from the local industry policy to the charter for local content.



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