Confidentiality of Government contracts

The Crown Contracts Confidentiality Policy provides that contracts between the Crown and any other party must not contain confidentiality provisions, unless approved by a Head of Agency.

Approvals are only provided where the Head of Agency determines that disclosure would cause unreasonable detriment to the Crown or another party to the contract and confidentiality, in part or in whole, is in the public interest.

In accordance with Treasurer’s Instruction C1, all executed contracts containing Confidentiality Provisions as a result of approval by the Head of Agency must be disclosed on the Agency’s website.

Contracts with Confidentiality Provisions

Name of Parties

Date of approval by Head of Agency

Contract name

Agency contact details

Bunnings Group Limited05/05/2023Bunnings Formal Instrument of Agreement 2023

Office of the CEO

Kaltura19/07/2022Kaltura Media Hosting Agreement

Office of the CEO



Elsevier Subscription Agreement

Office of the CEO

TAFE Queensland


BKSB License Agreement

Office of the CEO