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Provision of a Business Management Solution

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
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81111700

This Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) is the first stage of a two-stage procurement process to select a supplier to provide the business management solution. The CDPP will conduct an evaluation of the submissions and expects to issue a Request for Tender (RFT) to short-listed Respondents.

Business Process Management (BPM) and Enterprise Architecture Repository

Seqwater | Published April 20, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
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Seqwater is seeking a solution and service providers on the requirements being sought to improve Seqwater’s Business Process Management (BPM) and Enterprise Architecture (EA) Repository options.

Please download the tender documentation for further information.

Standing Offer Arrangement for Lean Six Sigma Business Improvement Services

Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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The Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service is seeking Offers for SOA SC81329

It includes providing Lean Six Sigma Business Improvement Services.

Depending on requirements these services specifically include:

  • Green Belt Lean Six Sigma Training
  • Black Belt Lean Six Sigma Training
  • Lean Six Sigma Awareness Training
  • Lean Six Sigma Training for Executives
  • Lean Six Sigma Training for Improvement Project Sponsors
  • Coaching and Support
  • Consultation and Advice
  • Rapid Improvement Event Facilitation

For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review the "Specification Documents" in "Section 3 - Here is the detail".

Provision of Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) software solution

Australian Electoral Commission | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 17, 2017
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81111700

An integrated system to allow for: risk management functionality (required) incident management (desirable) business continuity management (desirable) audit management (desirable) compliance management and reporting (desirable) organisational performance reporting (desirable) governance/business planning (desirable)

Corporate Workflow System

Geoscience Australia | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
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81111500

Geoscience Australia is seeking to engage a suitable cloud based solution that delivers business process management, integrated workflow, case management and reporting and analysis functionality capable of supporting rapid digital transformation of corporate services.

Statistical Production Systems Multi-Use List

Australian Bureau of Statistics | Published July 10, 2015  -  Deadline July 9, 2018
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81111500

This Request for Application for Inclusion (RAI) is seeking applications for inclusion to the Statistical Production Systems Multi-Use List (SPS MUL) for statistical system solutions, which will support the ABS to deliver business transformation.

Provision of Laboratory Labels

Health Support Qld - Strategic Procurement, Regional Procurement | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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Provision of Laboratory Labels

The Queensland Government is seeking Proposals for the Provision of Laboratory Labels.

Depending on requirements these goods / services specifically include:

  • The printing and supply of a unique range of technically critical identification labels for pathology specimens with the remainder used for normal business functions.

 

Development of a Critical Incident and Emergency Management Framework for Queensland Courts Services

Department of Justice and Attorney-General | Published April 22, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
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The Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) is seeking the services of an experienced supplier to undertake a body of work to consolidate, update and develop existing processes into a QCS Critical Incident, Emergency Management and Business Continuity Framework. QCS’s existing framework requires a major review to ensure it is fit-for-purpose to meet current and emergent risks particularly for Brisbane-based buildings where occupancies are large and State-wide capabilities and infrastructure are located.

For detailed information on the specific services sought under this tender, please review the "Requirements" in "Section 1 of the Request for Quote document.

ICT MANAGED SERVICES RFI

Australian Transport Safety Bureau | Published March 24, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
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43200000

Request for Information The purpose of this RFI is to allow the ATSB to gather, review and analyse vendor’s proposed solutions in response to the ATSB’s ICT Service Delivery requirements. Outcomes of the review will form the basis of an internal ICT Services Delivery Business Case seeking the ATSB Executive’s approval to approach the market to procure the preferred option(s). The ATSB is advertising this RFI as an open market approach to allow effective scoping of the market. Should this initial market approach (procurement) progress to the next stage, we will establish a shortlist of suitable vendors from responses to this RFI and advertise a Pre-qualified Tender in accordance with the Commonwealth Procurement Rules “Procurement Method 2”. The ATSB is undertaking this exercise to identify innovative yet mature cloud based solutions that represent value for money options and establish a solutions list for consideration. The ATSB will be placing a high level of emphasis on the RFI phase of this procurement for the identification of value proposition vendors and solutions. The Opportunity Vendors are asked to submit a detailedservices proposal, outlining the products, services and configurations that are proposed by the respondent to meet the ATSB’s ICT Service Delivery requirements as defined within Annexure A - ICT Services and Business Needs of the attached RFI documentation. The proposal may detail how respondents would address one or more of the ATSB’s needs for: Infrastructure Services – Certified Cloud Services Infrastructure (IaaS, PaaS and SaaS) and Data Storage Secure Gateway and Communications – Certified Secure Gateway services protecting internal WAN, LAN and WLAN services + FedLink End User Computing – End User equipment and environments, service management, Remote Access, File and Print Managed Services – ITIL managed services, Service Desk and compliant support services Information/ICT Security –Information and ICT security management integrated as a service which is PSPF compliant Corporate and Business Applications – Provision, Project Support, Service management Transition In – ATSB Discovery, Transition in Approach and implementation, Disengagement arrangements Performance Management – Relationship management, reporting, contract management Detailed rates and prices for the provision and performance of service delivery including transition, support and maintenance of the ICT service(s). The ATSB understand that not all respondents will be able to provide all services, and as such ask respondents to address only those areas for which they have a demonstrated service offering. Following receipt and evaluation of information/proposals, selected vendors may be requested to provide or demonstrations their product offerings to clarify or support the claims made within their RFI.

Cyber Security Package

Department of Industry, Innovation and Science | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
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46170000

The Department seeks to engage a supplier to design, develop and deliver materials that will allow BAs to better support the performance of Australian SMEs in the critical area of Cyber Security. These materials are to include the tools and techniques that BAs need for their Business Evaluation (BE) process as well as providing insights and stories to motivate small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The Cyber Security materials must meet the needs of, and in a language suitable for Australian SMEs, and provide BAs with an enhanced capability to assess the relevance and impact of cyber security when working with SMEs. The materials must reflect the BE Framework, the Action Plan fundamentals and the Scope for a quality BE.

Laboratory Steam Sterilisers (Autoclaves) and Associated Services and Maintenance

Department of Health | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
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41100000

There are nine laboratory steam sterilisers within the TGA laboratory facilities at Symonston ACT. The TGA is seeking to remove one and to replace up to six of these sterilisers over the three-year period from 2017-2020, subject to internal business factors. While the exact replacement schedule is yet to be determined, the expected minimum and maximum scope of work are: Minimum Scope (notional): Removal of one steriliser (not replaced) plus removal and replacement of three sterilisers over a two-year period in two stages. Maximum Scope (notional): Removal of one steriliser (not replaced) plus removal and replacement of six sterilisers over a three-year period in 3 stages. The project comprises a number of Separable Work Items related to the decommissioning, removal and replacement of steam sterilisers (including maintenance) as set out in the Specification. Note that each Separable Work Item may be procured separately under the Contract.

Curra Community Hall

Gympie Regional Council | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
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Dear Suppliers,

Tenders are invited from suitably qualified and experienced contractors for the construction of the Curra Community Hall and associated works at 10 David Drive, Curra, Queensland.

The Tender Documents consist of the following structure:

  • PART 1: TENDER PART
  • PART 2: CONTRACTUAL PART
  • PART 3: SPECIFICATION PART
  • PART 4: DRAWINGS
  • PART 5: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Please ensure request for information and clarification is submitted via the QTenders 'Online Discussion' forum no later than five (5) business working days prior to the closing time. The Online Discussion forum will close at 5:00pm Tuesday 2 May 2017.

Gympie Regional Council looks forward to reviewing your company's future Tender submission after the closing time and date of 2:00pm Tuesday 9 May, 2017.

Regards,

Gympie Regional Council

Aurukun Housing - GEH, NPRH & PSBA - PQC Level 2

Building and Asset Services - Far North Queensland | Published March 24, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 2017
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The State of Queensland through the Department of Housing and Public Works is undertaking a project in the community of Aurukun.

The project is to consist of:
• Construction of 24 Dwellings for Government Employee Housing
• Document and Construction of 17 Dwellings for National Partnership Remote Housing
• Construction of a 3 x 3 Bedroom Triplex for Public Safety Business Agency

The employment of Indigenous persons including any available local apprentices and labour force is a key element of the non price criteria for this project.

Tenderers please note:

Eligible Contractors are required to have a minimum Prequalification (PQC) System Level 2 and must have an office located in the FNQ region

Tender documentation for this project is available from the Building and Asset Services eTender website at https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/bas/etender/

Submissions are to be electronic via the Building and Asset Services eTender site.

Where a PQC Level is stated, the Principal is not obliged to provide tender documents, consider or accept a tender unless the tenderer is appropriately registered under the Queensland Government's PQC System for the PQC Level (or higher) and categories for which the tender is invited.”

Engagement of a Managed Services Provider for ICT Services

Queensland Urban Utilities | Published February 27, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) is seeking to build a relationship with an ICT Supplier for the delivery of the following Information and Communications Technology (ICT) services (ICT Services):
(i) IT Service Management
(ii) Managed Application Services
(iii) Managed Network Services
(iv) Managed Data Centre Services
(v) End User Compute (EUC) Services
(vi) Managed IT Security Services

Currently some of these services are delivered in house, while others are delivered by  a number of suppliers. Going forward, QUU wants to move to a model where there is one major Supplier providing the ICT Services to QUU. The Supplier may supply the ICT Services  through back-to-back agreements with multiple other suppliers, but QUU would prefer a Supplier who provides most of the ICT Services within their own organisation.

Additionally, QUU is looking to partner with a Supplier that:
(i) can provide input into QUU's strategic direction for architectural and business objectives;
(ii) is a proven innovator in the delivery of ICT Services and/or who can add value to QUU’s operations in QUU's core service of delivering water and sewerage services to QUU’s customers; and
(iii) can work with QUU to continually improve the delivery of ICT Services.

Supply of Medical Grade Footwear to eligible persons

Department of Veterans' Affairs | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline June 30, 2020
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42250000

NOTE: existing suppliers need not reapply The Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) provides eligible members of the veteran community with access to quality health care and support services. The Medical Grade Footwear (MGF) Program is an important part of DVA’s health care arrangements and is part of the Rehabilitation Appliance Program (RAP). The MGF Program provides a nation-wide access to a wide range of MGF and related services for entitled persons. DVA’s procurement strategy for the provision of MGF is to improve the MGF supply arrangements and reduce red tape for all stakeholders. 1. DVA is offering agreements for the supply of MGF products and services through a simplified procurement model where all MGF suppliers who meet the minimum requirements can participate. The key features of the model are: DVA publishes the agreement on AusTender and its website so that all potential MGF suppliers have an opportunity to enter into an agreement with DVA. MGF suppliers who meet the pre-conditions for the agreement and certify compliance with DVA standards (ie. The Terms and Conditions and the Notes for Medical Grade Footwear Suppliers) will be included on DVA’s list of contracted MGF suppliers. The agreement stands indefinitely allowing new MGF suppliers to join at any time. Prices on the MGF Register and the MGF Fee Schedules are fixed prices and are non-negotiable. DVA provides no guarantee of business. DVA reviews the agreement, the MGF Register and the MGF Fee Schedules periodically.

Adult Migrant English Program and Related Services in the A.C.T

Department of Industry | Published September 25, 2014  -  Deadline June 30, 2017
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86000000

The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is the Australian Government's largest settlement programme, providing free English language tuition to eligible new migrants and humanitarian entrants since 1948. The AMEP is a voluntary programme and is available to eligible migrants, from the humanitarian, family and skilled visa streams. The programme gives clients access to up to 510 hours of English language tuition, in their first five years of settlement in Australia. Having a reasonable level of English language proficiency is essential to successful settlement in Australia. The AMEP helps new arrivals learn basic language skills that would enable them to confidently participate in Australian society. In 2008, a formal Review of the existing AMEP was undertaken to examine how to improve programme design and achieve better outcomes for AMEP Clients. The Review found that the settlement related aspects of the AMEP are fundamental to helping new arrivals to settle in Australia and into their local communities. The findings of this Review were taken into consideration in the development of the AMEP Business Model (Attachment 12) which sets out the policy framework and rationale for the programme. This RFT is being undertaken to implement a new contract, as current contractual agreements for the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Region expire on 31 December 2014. To be eligible to participate in this tender exercise, tenderers, at the time of submitting tender submissions, must be an RTO and remain so throughout the period of service delivery. Accordingly, the Department invites suitably qualified consultants/contractors to submit a tender for the provision of the AMEP and related services in the ACT Region.
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