Compliance Framework

Compliance with Health Purchasing Victoria policy and legislative requirements is important to maintaining the integrity of public hospital and health service procurement and to achieve best value supply chain outcomes for Victoria’s health sector.

The Compliance Framework was designed to support health services to understand and achieve compliance. It is informed by our compliance functions under section 131 of the Health Services Act 1988 (Vic).

The HPV Compliance Framework Diagram

Download an accessible version of the HPV Compliance Framework.

 

Oracle e-business Application Support – Data and Systems (Fixed Term for 2 years)

HPV is seeking applications for the position of Oracle e-business Application Support to join the Data and Systems team. 

Reporting to the Supply Chain Information Manager, this role will assist with HPV’s roll out of the Common Catalogue project, including Buyers Work Centre interface and provide functional and technical guidance for Oracle e-business suite for HealthShare Victoria. The role will provide level 1 support of the Oracle e-business application across HealthShare Victoria, review of existing WebAdi synchronisation process, and work with the Supply Chain Information Team to identify any opportunities to streamline synchronization processes. This role will require someone with significant experience working with Oracle e-business suite of products, proven knowledge of WedAdi synchronisation process, and knowledge of Project methodology. 

Please note that this role has been advertised as Oracle e-business Application Support for attraction purposes, however internally the role title is Supply Chain Information Systems Analyst. 

Applications including a cover letter and resume should be submitted via Seek or LinkedIn. 

Further information about this role can be found via the Position Description links below. 

Position Description (Word)

Position Description (PDF)

Who does the Framework apply to?

The framework is based on the principle that health services are in the first instance accountable for compliance and for maintaining probity in their purchasing, tendering and contracting activities.

The compliance obligations of health services and hospitals depends on their status according to HPV and the Health Services Act 1988 (Vic) (The Act):

  • Public hospitals and health services listed under Schedule 1 and 5 of the Act are required to comply with all five Health Purchasing Policies, together with other legislative and reporting obligations as set out in the Act.
  • HPV Eligible Services (other than mandated health services) who have been granted access to a HPV Collective Agreement are required to comply with the terms of the agreement and applicable obligations under HPP5: Collective Purchasing.