Call +44 800 9755 164

Public tenders for business in Seven-mile-beach Australia

Find all Business tenders in the world.
Finding business opportunities has never been easier.

Results for business. Make a new search!
BusinessAustraliaseven-mile-beach

Business Advisory Services

Department of Finance | Published June 30, 2015  -  Deadline July 10, 2015
cpvs
80100000

The Department of Finance (Finance) is making an open approach to the market to seek Tenders from organisations with the capacity and capability to provide services to examine options for the future management, operation and ownership of the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC).

Research Services Place-Based SME Business Networks Project

Department of Industry and Science | Published March 30, 2015
Winner
IN MANAGEMENT CONSULTING PTY LTD
cpvs

Research Services Place-Based SME Business Networks Project

Provision of Maintenance and Supply of Data

Department of Industry and Science | Published May 19, 2015  -  Deadline June 15, 2015
cpvs
80160000

The Department of Industry and Science requires the provision of Information Management Services to monitor, maintain and supply: • Commonwealth business licence information and codes of practice; • Commonwealth, State and Territory grants and assistance information to business; • Commonwealth, State, Territory and Local agency contact details; • Commonwealth, State and Territory small business advisory details; and • Commonwealth consultations on business-related policy and regulation changes. The objective of this service is to provide accurate data to the OES Content & Services Delivery team to enable them to maintain the business.gov.au Grants and Assistance Finder; the Directory of Government and Business Associations; and the Advisor Finder.

Statistical Production Systems Multi-Use List

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

EIA Managed Service for End User Experience Monitoring

Australian Securities and Investments Commission | Published May 29, 2015  -  Deadline June 8, 2015
cpvs
81110000

ASIC IT is currently undertaking a strategic transformation of the delivery of services to its Business where end user experience monitoring is one of the key indicators of service delivery performance. This procurement will be designed to implement a managed service which provides a monitoring tool that will track performance measures, and provide an assessment of the end user-experience.

Managed Service for Website End User Experience Monitoring (Nextgen)

Australian Securities and Investments Commission | Published May 29, 2015  -  Deadline June 8, 2015
cpvs
81110000

ASIC IT is currently undertaking a strategic transformation of the delivery of services to its Business where end user experience monitoring is one of the key indicators of service delivery performance. This procurement will be designed to implement a managed service which provides a monitoring tool that will track performance measures, and provide an assessment of the end user-experience. Currently ASIC has some technical monitoring in place. This procurement will be designed to implement a managed service which provides a monitoring tool that will track performance measures, and provide an assessment of the end user-experience. Currently ASIC has some technical monitoring in place.

Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)

Department of Agriculture | Published July 9, 2015  -  Deadline August 4, 2015
cpvs
81111900

The Australian Government Department of Agriculture (the department) is looking to procure a commercial off-the-shelf Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), which will form a component of its enterprise information system. The department undertakes surveillance activities to determine pest and disease status. Samples are collected and sent to internal and external laboratories for identification or diagnosis. As an enterprise application, it is expected that the LIMS will manage lab-based sample handling and testing processes and exchange information with other departmental and external information systems. A set of business requirements have been produced detailing the specifications and criteria which the LIMS must meet. Only tenders which meet all of the mandatory criteria will be considered as potential vendors

National Radioactive Waste Management Facility Site Characterisation Study

Department of Industry and Science | Published May 4, 2015  -  Deadline June 26, 2015
cpvs
80100000

The Department seeks services to assist it to deliver a comprehensive package to the government which will form the basis for any decision to proceed towards construction and operation of a national radioactive waste management facility. A suitable contractor is required to provide comprehensive management and delivery of the required elements of the project including: (i) develop a Detailed Business Case for the Facility in accordance with the Two Stage Capital Works Approval Process for Australian Government Construction Projects (ii) undertake initial site characterisation studies of shortlisted sites nominated for the national radioactive waste management facility. (iii) develop a Safety Case for the basic engineering design in accordance with guidance by the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency.

VETERANS AND VETERANS FAMILIES COUNSELLING SERVICE (VVCS) AFTER-HOURS SERVICES

Department of Veterans' Affairs | Published May 8, 2015  -  Deadline June 17, 2015
cpvs
85100000

The after-hours crisis telephone counselling line, Veterans Line, is part of the national, integrated, 24 hour, Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service (VVCS) service delivery system that also includes: individual, couple and family counselling and support for those with more complex needs; group programs to develop skills and enhance support; information, education and self-help resources, including a Facebook page and website (www.vvcs.gov.au); and referrals to other services or specialist treatment programs. Staffed by qualified telephone counsellors who have undertaken veteran and military awareness training, the service is designed to assist VVCS clients in coping with crisis situations outside of VVCS core office hours. The Veterans Line provider also monitors and moderates the VVCS Facebook page outside of business hours to ensure the safety of the VVCS Facebook community. The Tender seeks a sole national provider able to deliver the after-hours services of the VVCS for a three year period from 1 October 2015.

Request for Information only on a planned ATM to establish a Recruitment Panel prior to release of an RFT

Australian Public Service Commission | Published April 20, 2015  -  Deadline May 4, 2015
cpvs
80111700

The Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) currently administers the Executive Search and Recruitment Services Panel SON393566 which is due to expire 31 May 2016. The APSC is planning an approach to market (ATM) in the first quarter of the 2015-16 financial year to establish a new Recruitment Services and Solutions Panel with the new panel expecting to commence operation in January 2016. Under the new panel arrangement the APSC plans to expand the scope of the services under the panel to ensure a broader range of recruitment services, inluding recruitment IT systems, are available to be procured through the panel by participating agencies. It is proposed that tenderers may tender for all or selected Services Areas. To assist us to finalise the scope and operation of a new Recruitment Services and Solutions Panel prior to release of tender documentation, the APSC invites your organisation to provide feedback on the proposed scope (Service Areas) and fee (pricing) structure/components as detailed in attachments to this Request for Information (RFI). Based on your industry, and your experience dealing with public sector recruitment, you may wish to comment on whether you believe the proposed Service Areas are appropriate and whether the proposed fee components are structured in a way that your organisation could quote appropriately under those Service Areas. While consideration will be given to all feedback received, the APSC will consider such feedback in the context of the efficient and effective management of the panel to meet agency needs and may not incorporate all feedback into the subsequent tender request. Proposed Panel Scope (full details in attachments to this RFI): It is proposed that the new panel will comprise of the following Service Areas: Service Area 1: Executive Search (SES and senior level equivalent) Service Area 2: Recritment for Government Positions (APS1-6, EL1-2 and equivalent - ongoing and non-ongoing) Service Area 2.1: Targeted Recruitment for Government Positions (APS1-6, EL1-2 and equivalent - ongoing and non-ongoing) - eg, recruitment of Indigenous Australians, people with a disability Service Area 3: Contingent Workforce Management (short-term labour hire, contractors and temporary staff) Service Area 3.1: Targeted Contingent Workforce Management (short-term labour hire, contractors and temporary staff) - eg, recruitment of Indigenous Australians, people with a disability Service Area 4: Career transitioning and planning Service Area 5: Scribing for both recruitment and business Service Area 6: Recruitment IT solutions and sevices (e-recruitment solutions/products). Proposed Fee Structure (proposed pricing tables in attachments to this RFI) Tenderers will be required to provide maximum fees for the Service Areas they tender for in their response to the RFT once it is released. The fees provided in tender responses will be utilised to identify value for money during the tender evaluation process and to form part of the Deed of Standing Offer for successful tenderers. Successful tenderers will not be able to add additional pricing components throughout the term of the panel and fees will remain fixed for 3 years.
  • 1