The CILF aims to drive improved collaboration and action around procurement and delivery of major government infrastructure projects, including by addressing capability and capacity constraints.
The CILF was established due to commercial, and capability and capacity pressures caused by the significant pipeline of current and future government infrastructure projects in NSW, Victoria and other states.
This pressure highlighted a need for new approaches to procurement and project execution to ensure the industry remains sustainable and able to effectively and efficiently respond to the community’s infrastructure needs.
The overall purpose of the CILF is to improve the effectiveness and value (to governments and industry) of the procurement and delivery of governments’ infrastructure programs.
The CILF Communique outlines the key focus areas of the CILF, and further information on the initiative can be found on the CILF website.
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