Public Notices

The Operational Plan and Budget for 2018/2019,  is a ‘sub-plan’ of the Delivery Program that details specific activities which will be undertaken by Council within the current financial year to achieve the commitments outlines in the Delivery Program. To view the 2018/2019 click the link below.


The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) requires Council to record and publish certain information about some contracts with private sector bodies.

Contracts to be recorded in the register of contracts are contracts between Council and private sector bodies worth more than $150,000 and involve:

  • The contractor undertaking a specific project such as construction, infrastructure or property development,
  • The contractor agreeing to provide specific goods or services,
  • The transfer or lease of real property.

Employment contracts are not included in the register.

Council's Register of Government Contracts made since 1 July 2010 is available to view or download from this page.

Different classes of contracts

The GIPA Act provides for three different classes of contracts, each with different information requirements. The different classes of contracts are:


Class 1 contracts

Refer to section 29 of the GIPA Act for the information to be recorded in the Register of Council Contacts for class 1 contracts.


Class 2 contracts

Class 2 contracts are class 1 contracts where:

there has not been a public tender process and the terms and conditions of the contract have been negotiated directly with the contractor, or

  • the contract was the subject of a tender (whether public or not) but the terms and conditions have been substantially negotiated with the contractor, or
  • the obligations of one or more parties to maintain or operate infrastructure or assets could continue for 10 years or more, or
  • the contract involves a privately financed project (as defined by Treasury), or
  • the contract involves the exchange of significant assets.

Refer to section 30 of the GIPA Act for the additional information to be recorded in the Register of Council Contacts for class 2 contracts.


Class 3 contracts

Class 3 contracts are class 2 contracts that have a value, or likely value of more than $5 million. Council must publish a copy of class 3 contracts on the register of Council contracts subject to the exclusion of any confidential information identified in section 32 of the GIPA Act.


Council's Government Contracts Register from previous years are available as open access information in accordance with the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA) and may be viewed by appication.


Council has developed Asset Management plans and policies to assist council in improving the way it delivers services from infrastructure including roads, bridges, footpaths, stormwater drainage, parks and recreation, buildings and Transport, Water Supply and Sewerage, Buildings, and Other Assets. A copy of the documents can be viewed by clicking the links below.

1. Asset Management Policy

2. Asset Management Strategy

3. Transport Asset Management Plan 

4. Water and Sewer Asset Mangement Plan

5. Building Asset Management Plan

In accordance with Local Government Act 1993, Council is required to table an End of Term Report at the last meeting of the outgoing Council and include it in the Annual Report 2015-2016. The End of Term Report is part of Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting (IP&R) framework and reports on the Council’s progress in implementing the Community Strategic Plan over the past four years. 






















The Local Government Act 1993 requires every council to adopt a code of conduct that incorporates the provisions of The Model Code of Conduct for Local Councils in NSW. Councillors, staff and delegates of the council must comply with the applicable provisions of council's code of conduct. It is the personal responsibility of council officials to comply with the standards in the code and regularly review their personal circumstances with this in mind. Council contractors and volunteers will also be required to observe the relevant provisions of council's code of conduct. Council's Code of Conduct, effective November 2015 can be obtained by clicking the link below.


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Bogan Shire Council

81 Cobar Street 

P.O. Box 221
Nyngan, 2825
New South Wales

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Ph: (02) 6835 9000
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