Information for suppliers
- New invoicing information for suppliers
- What is Machinery of Government?
- Who will be part of the new Department of Planning, Industry and Environment?
- Why are the changes taking place?
- When will the changes take place?
- How will these changes impact suppliers?
- Purchase order terms
- Supplier invoices
- Fraud and corruption prevention
New invoicing information for suppliers
For new information about supplier invoices, see the invoicing instructions by agency [PDF, 230KB].
What is Machinery of Government?
Machinery of Government (MoG) changes refer to changes made to public sector structures or administrative arrangements, arising from the decisions of the executive government.
The changes can result in the movement of functions, resources, and people from one agency to another. These changes are made through Administrative Arrangements Orders (AAO) issued by the Governor on the advice of the Premier which:
- Allocate ministerial responsibility for the administration of legislation
- Transfer functions from one agency to another
- Create, amalgamate or abolish departments, agencies or other entities.
Who will be part of the new Department of Planning, Industry and Environment?
The Governor of NSW has signed Administrative Arrangement Orders that will result in the creation of 8 clusters from 1 July 2019, including a cluster containing a Department of Planning, Industry and Environment. This will be a new Department and will see the transfer of people and functions from the Department of Planning and Environment, the Department of Industry, the Office of Environment and Heritage, the Office of Local Government and major functions from other Departments. The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) will be made up of the following Agencies:
- The Department of Planning and Environment except Create NSW who will transfer to the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC)
- The Department of Industry, except for staff moving to Treasury, Customer Service, Education, Family and Community Services and Justice.
- The Office of Environment and Heritage, except for some Heritage staff who are moving to the Department of Premier and Cabinet.
- The Office of Local Government.
- Department of Premier and Cabinet staff involved in legislation allocated to the Deputy Premier (particularly the new regional functions).
- Natural Resources Commission (as an Executive Agency).
- Staff associated with certain property functions from the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation.
- Staff associated with certain housing functions from the Department of Family and Community Services.
Jim Betts is the Secretary, Planning, Industry and Environment joining the Department from Infrastructure NSW.
Why are the changes taking place?
On the 2nd of April 2019 a new NSW Ministry was sworn-in to align the structure of the NSW Government with its new priorities.
The new structure has been designed to place greater focus on areas such as social reforms and regional NSW. In summary, it will streamline how we operate and collaborate with each other for the benefit of the community.
When will the changes take place?
From 1 July 2019 the new Department of Planning, Industry and Environment will be formed and as part of this change a new legal entity has been created affecting the way you render your invoices.
How will these changes impact suppliers?
Getting paid on time
We strive for a strong customer service culture in all areas of our service delivery, including procurement and accounts payable. Our focus is to ensure you are paid on time for the goods, services and or works provided. To help us achieve this there are some simple things you can do.
What you can do?:
- Note the change in department’s name and ensure invoices are raised in the correct business name.
- Submit your invoice directly to the correct email address (see table below).
- Make sure the invoice references a valid purchase order number.
- Make sure your ABN and GST details are provided and your invoice is tax compliant.
- For further information please visit the Australian Tax Office website.
Doing this will ensure your invoice is correctly rendered and will assist us to pay your invoice promptly.
The old ABN for the NSW Department of Industry was 72 189 919 072. The old ABN for the NSW Department of Planning and Environment was 38 755 709 681.
As at 1 July 2019 The ABN for NSW department of Planning, Industry and Environment will be 20 770 707 468.
Purchase order terms
Existing purchase order terms will still apply to all orders for goods, services and or works.
In line with ATO legislation we can only pay you for the provision of goods, services and or works if you provide us with a correctly rendered tax invoice
For prompt payment, compliant tax invoices should be emailed to the address outlined in the invoicing instructions by agency [PDF, 230KB].
Tenders (current and issued) will continue to be managed in line with existing processes.
Fraud and corruption prevention
NSW Department Planning Industry and Environment (the department) has a zero tolerance approach to fraud or corrupt conduct by employees of the organisation, or by any client, or stakeholder. The Department is committed to:
- Minimising the opportunities for fraud and corrupt conduct by employees, members of the public, contractors and clients.
- Detecting, investigating and disciplining/prosecuting fraudulent and corrupt conduct.
- Reporting fraudulent and corrupt conduct to ICAC and where appropriate to NSW Police.
- Taking a risk management approach to identify and mitigate and manage fraudulent and corrupt conduct.