Angie Freeman

Clayton Utz
Partner Canberra

Your team worked collaboratively and seamlessly with the Agency’s legal team and project team. From the project’s perspective, they had collective legal support irrespective of our in-house or external status.

– Commonwealth Government client


Angie is a highly regarded legal expert specialising in large strategic procurement and commercial contracting projects, with a strong focus on services outsourcing and technology projects. She has a proven track record of providing invaluable and commercially practicable advice to government agencies. Her collaborative approach, combined with her expertise in navigating complex procurement projects, makes her a trusted partner for achieving successful outcomes.

Angie's reputation in government practice and commercial and procurement law is reinforced by her recognition in Chambers and Best Lawyers and her listing in Doyle's Guide.

Notable Work
  • Australian Digital Health Agency: advising on multiple procurement processes for the modernisation of the Agency's national infrastructure for the My Health Record systems.
  • Department of Defence: advising on its approaches to market for the provision of health care services (both on-base and off-base) to ADF personnel nationally.
  • Services Australia: advised on its two-stage procurement process for software capabilities to enable the core customer experience capabilities of the myGov Digital Experience Platform.
  • Department of Defence: advising on multi-stage approach to market for the delivery of recruiting services for the ADF.
  • Department of Health and Aged Care: advising on the procurement activities for the delivery of aged care assessments across Australia, which is to give effect to a key recommendation for a single assessment system coming out of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
  • Department of Agriculture. Forestry and Fisheries: advising on the Department's ICT strategic sourcing program, which consists of multiple approaches to market to modernise its core ICT services.
  • Digital Transformation Agency: acting as probity adviser on the Agency's major procurement process to establish the Cloud Marketplace.
  • Comcare – New Claims Management System: advising on its procurement activities for the provision of a new claims management system to replace its existing and ageing bespoke systems.
  • Department of Employment and Workplace Relations: advising on the procurement activities and contracting arrangements for the Workforce Australia program, as well as on a range of related employment services and skills programs.
  • Home Affairs: advising on a range of strategic procurement capability projects.
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