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Monday, May 29, 2023

Supplier grievances

We have established a process to address supplier grievances, to ensure that an appropriate practice is followed

Supplier grievances

Complaints process

Complaints in relation to procurement activities can be made to the PTA verbally or in writing.

Verbal complaints

Verbal complaints can be referred to the contact officer nominated in the tender documents, who will clarify or hold discussions with the complainant to attempt to resolve the issue.

If from discussions the complainant is still not satisfied, the complainant is advised to submit any concerns in writing to the Chief Procurement Officer.

Written complaints

Written complaints relating to procurement activities can be referred to:

Amanda Branley
Chief Procurement Officer
Public Transport Authority
PO Box 8125
Perth Central Business Centre WA 6849

Contact details:

(08) 9326 2635

The Chief Procurement Officer will arrange for the complaint to be investigated and will provide a written response to the complainant on the outcome of the investigation.

If it appears that the complaint will not be resolved within ten (10) working days, the Chief Procurement Officer will provide interim advice to the complainant on the estimated time frame for completing the investigation and providing a written response.

Handling complaints

All complaints shall be dealt with promptly and within an appropriate timeframe, according to the complexity of the issues.

Where necessary the complaints will be treated confidentially to ensure the commercial interests of tenderers and/or integrity of PTA employees involved in the process are not compromised.

In instances where a complainant is found to have frivolously or recklessly complained, action may be taken to recover any costs incurred by PTA as a result of such claims.

Unresolved grievances process

If the Supplier remains unsatisfied with the findings provided by the PTA, an official complaint should be registered with the Department of Finance’s Feedback Management System.  

Finance will then undertake an independent review of the complaint. The review does not replace any statutory or legal avenues available to a supplier. Once the review is completed, all parties will be notified in writing of the decision.

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