A Multi-Use List (MUL) is a list intended for use in more than one procurement, of pre-qualified potential suppliers who have satisfied the conditions for participation for inclusion on the list.
The process of establishing an MUL is not a procurement. It is a procurement activity which pre-qualifies suppliers who may wish to participate in future procurement processes. Inclusion on an MUL does not guarantee a potential supplier that they will be included in any future tender processes. It only provides certainty that potential suppliers have been recognised as meeting the conditions for participation
Current Multi-Use Lists:
There are no current Multi-Use Lists (MUL) available.
The Australia Council issues requests for tender and other business opportunities here on the website.
As we are a Commonwealth agency, regulated by the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013, all tenders and business opportunities are governed by the Australia Council’s Procurement Policy and Guidelines.
Request for Proposal: Valuing the arts in Australia and New Zealand
The Australia Council and Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture & Heritage, New Zealand are currently seeking the services of a partner to undertake new research exploring the contribution of the arts to wellbeing, public value and social inclusion in Australia and New Zealand. Building on existing research such as Vital Signs: Cultural Indicators for Australia, the developing New Zealand Wellbeing approach and Living Standards Framework and international best practice in the field, the research partnership must result in new knowledge and evidence which can be used by both parties to inform strategic decisions, guide the development of sector impact measurement, and enhance discussions about the value of the arts in Australia and New Zealand.