$155bn rail investments expected over the next 15 years © Andrew Woodley/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
$155bn rail investments expected over the next 15 years © Andrew Woodley/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

Australia 'should standardise rail industry procurement'

22 March 2021

The Australian rail industry needs to reform procurement processes to bring a standardised approach to fully benefit from future rail investments, according to a trade body. 

In a report the Australian Railway Association (ARA) said a survey of industry stakeholders found current procurement processes were a “key concern” because spending was delivered in a “fragmented approach”.

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