About the Vaccine Administration Partners Program Panel

The Vaccine Administration Partners Program (VAPP) Panel is a panel of COVID-19 immunisation providers (IProviders). Find out how you can access the panel.

About the panel

The panel is a list of vaccine providers that can help organisations deliver vaccines in a range of employment and community settings. This includes COVID-19 and flu vaccinations. 

The Australian Government established the panel in December 2021 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

It is too late to get on the panel now, as the request for tenders has closed. Please email VAPP@health.gov.au to be notified of any changes.   

Aims of the panel

The purpose of the panel is to support the delivery of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines to as many eligible people in Australia. 

It provides access to providers to deliver vaccinations in line with guidance from the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI)

Providers on the VAPP panel continue to deliver approximately 50% of COVID-19 vaccines to vulnerable people in aged care facilities, disability residential facilities and First Nations communities.

Additionally, IProviders support organisations to deliver vaccinations in the workplace to:

  • staff
  • staff household contacts
  • sub-contractors. 

Please visit COVID-19 vaccine rollout data for vaccination rates and statistics.

To keep up to date with the latest vaccination advice, see Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI).

Benefits of the panel

IProviders on the VAPP have been through a tender process and have a contract in place. 

This means each provider has demonstrated they can deliver vaccines and have a pricing structure. 
We also manage all aspects of the contract, including compliance.

Who can access the panel

Any organisation wanting to give COVID-19 vaccinations and flu vaccinations to their staff can access IProviders.

Eligible organisations include:

  • private businesses
  • states, territories and local governments (with a deed of participation)
  • other commonwealth agencies
  • peak groups
  • not-for-profit organisations
  • other enterprises.

Learn about how to access the panel.

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