Broadspectrum is a committed to ‘closing the gap’ on Indigenous disadvantage through it long standing Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). The RAP includes a commitment to increasing the share of wallet/spend with Indigenous suppliers. Broadspectrum has done significant work over many years Australian Commonwealth Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP). Our Elevate RAP 2015 – 2018 includes a commitment of increasing our Indigenous procurement to 2% by 2018 and 3% by 2020, mirroring the Commonwealth Government’s procurement target. Indigenous enterprises, who qualify under the Commonwealth IPP, are encouraged to contact Broadspectrum Procurement by emailing their details including:
The responsibility for organising payment of invoices lies with the person or site you supplied the goods to. Suppliers are to contact the Broadspectrum site and ask the Manager to check to ensure the invoice has been entered into the accounts payable system. If the site has not entered the invoice and cannot locate a copy, the supplier is to provide a copy of the invoice and a copy of Proof of Delivery (POD), if separate to the invoice.
The supplier should ask the Manager for the scheduled payment date once a copy of the invoice has been received and entered into the accounts payable system.
For investor relations queries, please contact:
General Manager Tax & Treasury
Phone: +61 2 9464 1000
Locked Bag 917
North Sydney NSW 2059
In order for your invoice to be processed smoothly, please ensure that your invoice is sent in the correct layout and format; it is addressed to the correct legal entity; you send the PDF version of your document to the correct email inbox (hard copies to physical addresses not recommended) and that you include the correct PO reference. Please click here for more details on what a good invoice looks like for more information.