Queensland Health is seeking Proposals for ERP transition: Provision of business transformation, capability uplift and change management services.
Queensland Health is looking for a provider with the expertise, experience and established methods and tools to deliver capability uplift and change management services. This is a major, once in a generation initiative, with enormous positive potential for one of Queensland’s largest, highest profile and service-critical organisations.
The Respondent should demonstrate capabilities in SAP finance transformation projects in a large geographically dispersed environment, and a proven track record in the successful management and implementation of capability uplift and change management services in a public sector organisation, across multiple disciplines, is essential.
The benefits expected to be derived from improved, contemporary processes are substantial and have ramifications across the state, as do the potential risks from an unsuccessful transition.
This Request for Proposal comprises the following documents:
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.
DFAT is seeking a Contractor to implement a Pacific Connect pilot program (Pacific Connect) designed to foster continuing partnerships to strengthen leadership and facilitate dialogue on common challenges in the Pacific and Australia. Pacific Connect will strengthen linkages at all levels between Australian and Pacific Island governments, business and community groups in support of local Pacific leadership.
The Public Safety Business Agency (PSBA) including partner agencies (Queensland Police Service, Queensland Fire and Emgergenyc Services, Inspector-General Emergency Management, Queensland Govenrment Air and Queensalnd Ambulance Service) have a requirment for Audio Visual (AV) equipment, meeting room solutions and services.
The PSBA will be establishing a Standing Offer Arrangement (SOA) for the supply, installation and support of audio visual equipment for meeting room solutions across the portfolio.
This ITO documents and overview of the business, technical and functial requirments to establishe the SOA under the GITC framework.
Council is calling for quotations from suitably qualified and experienced architectural consultancies for the development of concept design, detailed design, contract documents and contract administration for the planned construction of the new Gympie SES facility, on Lot 4 SP116459, Saleyards Road, Gympie, Queensland.
Please ensure all request for information is submitted via the QTenders 'Online Discussion' forum no later than five (5) business working days prior to the closing time. Council will formally review your query and respond within a forty eight (48) hour period (business days only).
Gympie Regional Council looks forwards to reviewing your company's future submission.
The Department of Defence is releasing a Request for Tender to establish an Information Communication and Technology Provider Arrangement (ICTPA). The ICTPA is a panel arrangement and covers the following ICT services: a. Systems Integration: the development and deployment of systems, including services relating to the connection and aggregation of disparate subsystems, functionalities or software applications to form one coordinated and functional system used to facilitate the execution of information processing required during the execution of one or more of Defence’s business processes. Systems integration primarily varies from applications development in terms of scale, end-to-end scope and complexity; b. Application Services: includes the development, maintenance, support and service management of applications; and c. ICT Services: includes the provision of services for all the SFIA Categories. These services involve the engagement of specialist and niche providers as well as contractors or a group of contractors in a non-permanent position to deliver discrete ICT services to satisfy specific business or technical needs.
PharmCIS (Pharmaceutical Consolidated Information System) is an integrated workflow management technology that supports approval and listing on the PBS listing and PBS price determinations. It provides PBS data to DHS, Software Vendors and the public through the Monthly Publishing System (MPS) and the PBS.GOV.AU website. PharmCIS is a large, complex IT capability that is heavily integrated with business processes and the support of the PBS program. The Department is seeking to source PharmCIS maintenance and support managed services from 1 July 17 for a period of twelve months (with the option of two further extensions of twelve months).
The Public Safety Business Agency is seeking Proposals for the design, construction and supply of one 15m (approx.) barge for use by the Queensland Water Police.
For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review "Attachment B - Specification".
The ABC is seeking Responses from Respondents for the provision of administration services for the maintenance and development of the ABC Music Publishing catalogue. ABC Music Publishing is an active music publishing business which is constantly developing and expanding its roster by fostering Australian song writing and composing talent across diverse genres. Songwriter and composer representation covers many genres including contemporary, alternative, folk, country and children’s music. ABC Music Publishing also administers a large catalogue of screen music which has been commissioned by the ABC for its internally produced programs and platforms. The majority of copyrights represented by ABC Music Publishing are held on a worldwide basis requiring effective international administration.
GRDC’s purpose is to invest in research, development and extension to create enduring profitability for Australian grain growers. GRDC wants to establish a non-exclusive panel of expert consultants with the following areas of expertise as they relate to GRDC’s investment portfolio: Business case development – specific capabilities may be required in benefit cost analysis, return on investment analysis, freedom to operate and path to market considerations and intellectual property management. Evaluation and performance measurement in a research delivery context. General technical expertise in one or more of the GRDC investment portfolio areas.
Queensland Rail has a requirement for an external testing company to conduct onsite alcohol and other drugs testing. Queensland Rail has approximately 6500 staff located at more than 250 worksites throughout the state. The testing program covers all staff at all locations, as well as business visitors, volunteers and contractors. Testing can occur on any day, at any time (including weekends, public holidays and night work).
Testing types include:
• Risk Based – mandatory testing of National Health Scheme (NHS) Category 1 and 2 Rail Safety Workers
• Upon suspicion
• Post incident
• Return to work following an initial positive test result, and
• Testing conducted under health or performance improvement plans.
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.
Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service is investigating the ability to improve on the current billing system used for revenue generation. Some of the main issues with the current billing system are:
These issues are a result of the heavy reliance on manual systems that are laborious to maintain and susceptible to revenue leakage.
The Customer requires the Supplier to provide the following services and outcomes from this consultant engagement:
Questions are limited until 4:00pm, Tuesday 28th February 2017 via email to the contact listed in the attached document.
For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review the Request for Quote document.
Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) is issuing an Invitation to Offer (ITO) for the Engagement of a Supplier for the delivery of an Ellipse Upgrade, Mobile Workforce Management Solution, Systems Integration and Ellipse Reporting Solution.
QUU has recognised the need to embark on a program of work to upgrade the organisation’s asset management systems and provide an enhanced mobile workforce management solution as described below.
The upgrade and enhancement of QUU’s asset and works management systems is a core element of QUU’s ICT Roadmap, which aims to address limitations of existing legacy systems and provide information technology and solutions that will allow QUU to more efficiently, effectively and profitably manage the business.
Part Offers for this ITO will not be considered, and QUU anticipates that the successful Offeror will have significant experience with the Ellipse system as well as experience implementing modern mobility solutions for diverse field base worforces.
The structure of the C1246 ITO is as follows:
• ITO Part 1 – The Invitation and Conditions of Offer
• ITO Part 2 – Specification
• ITO Part 3A – Response Schedules (Offeror's Details). Offeror’s response required
• ITO Part 3B - The Response Schedules detailing capability/technical information required from Offerors. Offeror’s response required
• ITO Part 3C – The Response Schedules for Pricing. Offeror’s response required
• ITO Part 4 – The Draft Contract. Offeror’s response required
• ITO Part 5 – Appendices and other information. Offeror’s response required in Appendix 3, Appendix 5 and Appendix 6
Note: Individual parts have been uploaded as separate documents
Engineering and Technology Branch (E&T) of Department of Transport and Main Roads is seeking highly experienced, suitably qualified, “expert” level specialist individuals to provide services in 32 categories of technical expertise.
The 32 categories include engineering-related services for the design, rehabilitation, peer review, technical document development and materials advice for roads, bridges, tunnels and marine infrastructure, as well as electronic, electrical, data and control services for road operations and traffic management systems.
The Mandatory academic qualifications and minimum years of experience required to be considered for the Panel are summarised in Attachment C – Mandatory Criteria Matrix.
The contract for any specific engagements procured via this Panel Arrangement will be between the TMR Customer and the Offeror, with the Scope of Work being delivered, within TMR offices, by an individual chosen from the Panel List by the TMR Customer.
Official Offer Closing is via electronic tender (Q-Tender) on 4pm Friday 3 March 2017. Refer Invitation for formats for naming and uploading Submission documents.
Hard-Copy submissions are also required to be received at TMR Tender Box before 4pm Monday 6 March 2017. Refer Invitation for details.
The Panel and the ECS
This Panel and the ECS will run concurrently, and be used for different types of services. The main differences between the two (2) are that through the Panel:
• TMR selects the Specialist individual (Panel Member) it wishes to engage. The employer organisation cannot offer a substitute to perform the services if the Panel Member is unavailable
• Pricing is pre-determined from the hourly rates provided with this Offer
• Services are provided within TMR offices, rather than at the employer organisation’s offices
• No prequalification, of the employer organisation or the Panel Member, is required
Two (2) Industry Briefings are scheduled for Thursday 16 February 2017, and will be held at 313 Adelaide St, Brisbane.
Attendees are required to RSVP before 4pm, 14 February 2017. Details are provided in the Invitation. Attendance at the Briefings is NOT mandatory, and questions and answers arising from the Industry Briefing will be made accessible via Q-Tender.
Requests for Information
Please ensure that all requests for information and questions are submitted via QTenders no later than 27 February 2017. Queries will be formally reviewed and a response provided within 48 business hours.