Regional focus for new Supply CEO

THE WA Government’s commitment to the creation of greater business opportunities in regional WA will be a major focus for the new head of the State Supply Commission.

Cheryl Gwilliam has been appointed as acting CEO, taking over the role of Charles Vinci, who has moved elsewhere in the public sector.

Works and Services Minster Rob Johnson said Ms Gwilliam was previously director of supplier and procurement development at Contract and Management Services.

Ms Gwillliam’s first task will be the implementation of a reform program for the SSC and the Government’s contracting information bulletin board.

The reforms are in response to reviews of the State Supply Commission Act by the Crown Solicitor and a Ministerial Consultative Committee.

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