Funding entity

According to the Code, each of the following is a funding entity:

a) A non-corporate Commonwealth entity as defined in the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act).

b) A corporate Commonwealth entity as defined in the PGPA Act that is directed by the Minister for Finance to comply with the Building Code 2016.

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According to the Code, each of the following is a funding entity:A) A non-corporate Commonwealth entity as defined in the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act).
19 August 2018
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Funding entity obligations for Commonwealth funded building work.
19 March 2019
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Funding recipient responsibilities for Commonwealth funded building work.
20 March 2019
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A ‘funding recipient’ refers to any entity to which the Commonwealth provides funding or assistance for building work that’s covered by the Code. Generally, a funding recipient is a state or territory government.
19 August 2018
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Updated Model Clauses and dedicated webpage To assist funding entities and funding recipients to apply the Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016 (2016 Code) on applicable building projects the ABCC has revised a number of key resources including:
15 January 2018
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Eligibility requirements The Code sets out two eligibility requirements for contractors seeking to express interest in or tender for Commonwealth funded building work. They relate to compliance with Section 11 of the Code and exclusion sanctions.
19 August 2018
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What are my obligations as a funding entity? The Code puts obligations on funding entities both during the procurement of Commonwealth funded building work and during the conduct of that work. If you’re a funding entity, your key obligations include ensuring that:
19 August 2018
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For funding entities, the Code sets out several requirements for entering into contracts related to directly Commonwealth funded building work. We’ve outlined these requirements for you below.
19 August 2018

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