Supply Chain Consultative Committee (SCCC)
The Supply Chain Consultative Committee was a committee established under the Brumby/Labor Government in 2000 and comprised five Government Ministers whose Departments and portfolios related to the transport, logistics and supply chain industries. Industry representation was from the Chair of the Transport & Logistics Industry Round Table (T&L IRT) and the Chairs of its working groups (of which there were 12).
Under the guidance of this group, two key Supply Chain Excellence Action Plans were developed to help steer Industry and Government efforts to improve overall supply chain efficient and effectiveness within the State of Victoria. They were the 2002 – 2005 TDL Industry Action Plan (pdf) and the Supply Chain Excellence Action Plan 2006 (pdf).
The SCCC concluded in 2010 along with the Transport & Logistics Industry Round Table and was later replaced by the Victorian Ministerial Freight Advisory Council in 2014.