The Department is seeking to procure the services of six professionals (Business Advisors) to deliver advice and support to small to medium Indigenous businesses on business start-up, expansion and viability. The business advisory service is a 12 month trial. The trial will be conducted as part of the Indigenous Entrepreneurs Fund (IEF) and involve the face-to-face, in-community delivery of the advisory service, as supported by Departmental staff, with a focus in remote and regional Australia. Each Business Advisor will service a designated geographic area and be based in one the Department’s Regional Offices. Geographic areas are: Queensland; New South Wales; South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania (combined); Northern Territory; Western Australia (North); and Western Australia (South). Business advisory services will include advice and support to be provided to support Indigenous businesses to develop their business ideas; link businesses to procurement, programme and major infrastructure opportunities; connect businesses to existing commercial finance and business support services; and assist businesses to apply for commercial finance and/ or IEF grants.
Metro North Hospital and Health Service (MNHHS) is inviting the submission of proposals for services relating to the Provision of Health Specific Business Case Development. For further information of this request please refer to the Request for Proposal document and relevant attachments.
The University of Queensland (UQ) is in the process of streamlining its software purchasing process. We are currently collecting information on supplier capabilities to provide a business to business type of service for purchasing software via an interface integrated with UQ systems, in accordance with specification attached.
Provision of event management, creative and production services for Dreamtime 2017, Dreamtime Business Session, full day conference and Dreamtime Dinner, formal dinner for delegates.
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.
The AEC requires a secure, highly stable and cost efficient EDRMS to enable the AEC to ensure its compliance with Australian Government Policy by providing its staff with a facility to capture and store business records in electronic format within a records management solution.
The ACCC is seeking to establish a Standing Offer Arrangement (SOA) for the provision of negotiation, consultation, and stakeholder education training. The SOA will be for an unspecified number of training sessions over a three year period, ending June 2019, with an option to extend. An initial requirement of approximately five sessions is anticipated prior to 30 June 2017. Subsequent sessions will be dependent on ACCC business needs.
Defence is seeking to enter into a new panel arrangement for the provision of Amenities Internet Access (AIA) Services to deployed forces. AIA is a global solution, allowing Authorised Users (e.g. ADF Personnel) to utilise the internet for various reasons including personal business; banking; communicating with friends and family using email, instant messaging, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP e.g. Skype), other social networking services, streamed videos and media library. The provision of AIA Services to overseas deployment and domestic exercises is seen as a major contributor to morale and as an extension of other amenities support.
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.
The Queensland Government is seeking Proposals for the provision of ICT Consultancy Services. The services are required in order to obtain an understanding of the approriate solution design/s to support the road asset inventory and an estimation of the associated costs in order to provide input for a business case that will provide funding for the eventual implementation.
It does not include the implementation of any of the recommendations which will be selected by an Open Market procurement process at a later time.
For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review the "Specification Documents" in "Section 3 - Here is the detail".
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.
Queensland Museum is Seeking a Suitably Qualified Operators for the Provision of Restaurant and Catering Services at Queensland Museum, South Brisbane
A MANDATORY INDUSTRY BRIEFING (MIB) will take place at 3.30pm on Wednesday, 1 February 2017 at the Queensland Museum, Level 2 - Theatre, Corner Grey and Melbourne Streets, South Brisbane QLD 4101, which will be followed by a site inspection.
Attendees can check-in at the Cloak Room counter on arrival for directions to be ready outside the theatre preferably at 3.20pm and no later than 3.25pm ready for briefing commencement. Those who fail to attend by 3.30pm may have entry rejected. This is to ensure briefing is conducted on time and to be fair to all Suppliers.
Any Supplier who does not attend this mandatory industry briefing and subsequent site inspection (in full) may not be eligible to submit an offer for evaluation.
For additional information on the MIB please refer to Item 1.6.1 of the ITO.
Offers must be lodged by 2.00 pm (strictly) Australian Eastern Standard Time (Queensland) on Thursday, 16 February 2017.
The Supplier must lodge the offer in hard copy to the tender box address below.
Queensland Government Tender Box
Decipha Pty Ltd
2 Duncan Street
West End Q 4101
Refer Item 1.14 How Offers are to be submitted of the ITO for lodgement details.
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