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.