Victoria spends $67m with Aboriginal firms

The Victorian Government has spent more than $67m with Aboriginal businesses in the past financial year, according to a report.

The government has been using its buying power to increase social, economic, and environmental value across all goods and services since the Social Procurement Framework was set up in September 2018.

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