This annual report provides a snapshot of Infrastructure Victoria’s key achievements, performance and accompanying financial statements for 2022–23. It was tabled in Parliament on 31 October 2023.
Previous annual reports
- Annual report 2021-22
- Annual report 2020–21
- Annual report 2019–20
- Annual report 2018–19
- Annual report 2017–18
- Annual report 2016–17
- Annual report 2015–16
Our corporate plan defines our aspirations for the next 5 years, and how we will deliver them. It describes the choices we made to support our success and how we position ourselves in a changing environment. We will annually review progress in delivering our plan.
View the corporate plan.
Procurement activity plan 2022/23
The Procurement Activity Plan provides a summary of forecast procurement activities during 2022/23. The plan provides potential suppliers with an indication of likely procurements for Infrastructure Victoria in the 2022/23 financial year. Infrastructure Victoria will continue to look for marketplace solutions that are innovative, effective and deliver value for money. The procurement activity plan for 2023/24 will be available here soon.
View the procurement activity plan.
Gifts, benefits and hospitality register
Infrastructure Victoria maintains a gifts, benefits and hospitality policy to avoid conflicts of interest and maintain high levels of integrity and public trust. The policy was developed to support behaviour consistent with the Code of Conduct for Victorian public sector employees.
The Gifts & Hospitality Register provides transparency of offers made to Infrastructure Victoria and its employees.
You can view the Gifts Benefits and Hospitality register here.
We encourage employees and members of the public to report incidents of corrupt or improper conduct. The Public Interest Disclosures Act 2012 helps people make disclosures of improper conduct by public officers and public bodies. It also provides protection to people who make disclosures in accordance with the Act, and outlines how disclosures are addressed.
If you would like to make a protected disclosure about us or any of our employees, contact our Disclosure Officer, Victoria Thaine (firstname.lastname@example.org), or the Independent Broad based Anti Corruption Commission (IBAC):
Level 1, North Tower, 459 Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Phone: 1300 735 135
See the IBAC website for their secure email disclosure process, which also provides for anonymous disclosures.