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Middle East Logistics and Base Support Services Contract (MELABS)

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published November 30, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2018
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80161500

The Request For Tender (RFT) is seeking the delivery of logistic support services through a prime contractor in support of Australian Defence Force elements based in Al Minhad Airbase (AMAB), UAE and the Middle East Region. The Contract consists of approximately 21 services include catering, waste disposal, facilities and ground maintenance, laundry, transport, equipment and vehicle lease, procurement and welfare.

Provision of Cafe and Catering Services in Brisbane and Melbourne

Airservices Australia | Published November 29, 2017  -  Deadline January 10, 2018
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90100000

Airservices Australia is seeking a suitability qualified Contractor to provide cafe and catering services at its nominated sites in Brisbane and Melbourne.

Management Gympie Saleyards Canteen

Gympie Regional Council | Published November 13, 2017  -  Deadline December 5, 2017
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Council is seeking Expressions of interest to provide a catering operation at the Gympie Saleyards Complex on an ongoing basis

Catering Consultancy Services

Stadiums Queensland | Published October 29, 2017  -  Deadline November 14, 2017
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Stadiums Queensland (SQ) is seeking submissions from suitably qualified companies, organisation and individual operators to establish a panel of preferred consultants under a Standing Offer Arrangement to provide Catering Consultancy Services.

Interested parties should email gmops@stadiums.qld.gov.au to request a copy of the tender documentation, which outlines the services required and material to be submitted.

 

Supply, Installation and Maintenance of Industrial Kitchen Equipment

Department of Parliamentary Services | Published September 12, 2017  -  Deadline October 10, 2017
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23180000

DPS invites Tenders for the Supply, Installation and Maintenance of Industrial Kitchen Equipment within Australian Parliament House catering areas in accordance with this Request for Tender.

For the provision of café and functions management services at the Australian War Memorial in Campbell, Canberra ACT.

Australian War Memorial | Published August 25, 2017  -  Deadline October 3, 2017
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90100000

The Memorial is expecting a realistic commercial return on the licence for catering services, balanced with a consistently high standard of quality, service and value for money. Proposals should demonstrate an outstanding and creative response to the Memorial’s catering needs, including innovative plans for the use of the available facilities. All potential tenderers must register and attend a mandatory industry briefing that will be held at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra on Friday, 8th September 2017.

Dry Cleaning and Laundry Services

Department of Parliamentary Services | Published August 7, 2017  -  Deadline September 5, 2017
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47110000

DPS provides uniforms to a number of its employees, and requires a dry cleaning and laundry service for uniforms (excluding shirts) issued to security staff, visitor service officers, Parliament Shop staff, as well as front and back of house staff supporting catering and events services operated by DPS.

Small Operating Equipment for APH Catering and Events

Department of Parliamentary Services | Published August 7, 2017  -  Deadline September 4, 2017
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52150000

DPS requires the establishment of a panel of providers to supply small operating equipment to support its catering functions and events. DPS currently maintains a wide range of SOE however, the current fleet of SOE items is insufficient to meet the required levels. DPS has a requirement to increase the on-hand level of SOE, and over time replace old and damaged items.

Catering for the APS Learning Centre

Australian Public Service Commission | Published August 7, 2017  -  Deadline September 1, 2017
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90101600

Catering for the APS Learning Centre for participants attending learning programs and meetings in the Treasury Building, King Edward Terrace, Parkes ACT.

Linen Services for APH Catering and Events

Department of Parliamentary Services | Published August 7, 2017  -  Deadline September 1, 2017
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52120000

APH Catering and Events is operated by DPS and delivers high quality food and beverage services to people working at and visiting the Australian Parliament House House (APH). DPS seeks a service provider to provide and maintain a supply of clean linen items required by APH Catering and Events team.

Supply and Delivery of Stationery and Catering Products

Sunshine Coast Regional Council | Published July 15, 2017  -  Deadline August 8, 2017
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Tenders are invited for the supply and delivery of stationery and catering products to Sunshine Coast Council sites.

Council currently has 85 individual delivery points at 55 delivery locations. It is a mandatory requirement that Respondents operate an on-line web based ordering portal, and all supplies are to be delivered free in store (FIS) to the nominated delivery points, during the term of the contract.

There are two (2) categories of goods under this contract:
• Category 1 – Stationery
• Category 2 – Catering Products

Respondents may submit offers for one (1) or both categories.

This Contract will be for a term of four (4) years.

Provision of Catering Services

Reserve Bank of Australia | Published June 2, 2017  -  Deadline June 27, 2017
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90101700

The Reserve Bank of Australia is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced suppliers as part of a proposed two staged procurement approach for the provision of catering services for Head Office, 65 Martin Place Sydney. Services include a range of formal functions and staff cafeteria catering.

Catering and Laundry Equipment Service Maintenance

Health Support Qld - Strategic Procurement, Regional Procurement | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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The Queensland Government is seeking Proposals for provision of Catering and Laundry Equipment Service Maintenance at facilities within the following Hospital and Health Services:

  • Central West Hospital and Health Service
  • Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service
  • South West Hospital and Health Service
  • Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service

Depending on requirements, services include:

  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Corrective Maintenance
  • Emergency Call out / Breakdown Services

It does not include supply and installation of new equipment.

NB - OFFERORS MAY SUBMIT PRICING ON THE WHOLE OR ANY PART OF THE SERVICES.   For example, offers may be submitted for servicing of Catering Equipment only or Laundry Equipment only or some facilities or Hospital and Health Services only.

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

Catering Unit Refurbishment Roma Street

Queensland Rail Limited | Published March 15, 2017  -  Deadline April 13, 2017
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Queensland Rail is seeking proposals for QRP-16-238. Of a suitably qualified building / construction contractor,for the Works constituting the refurbishment of the Catering Unit at Roma Street Station. As defined in the specification document.

 

Aus4Equality (Vietnam)

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - Australian Aid Program | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline April 12, 2017
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80161500

During high level consultations in July 2015, the governments of Australia and Vietnam agreed on three pillars for Australia’s Bilateral Aid Investment Plan (2016 to 2020). The third of these pillars is to promote women’s economic empowerment, including ethnic minorities especially in the ethnically diverse, high-poverty region of north-west Vietnam. This pillar aligns with Australia’s development policy, which includes gender equality and women’s empowerment as a stand-alone sector for investment and identifies private sector development as the driver of growth in emerging economies. Aus4Equality will focus on amplifying the following strengths and opportunities: (a) Women’s already significant productive role in agriculture, and nascent involvement in production groups; (b) The engagement of ethnic minorities in niche smallholder production and community-based services, such as catering; and (c) The burgeoning tourism market and infrastructure, particularly in Lao Cai, which provides women with opportunities to transition to village-based or off-farm employment and income. 2.4 Aus4Equality has three linked objectives. (a) Objective 1: Empowering local women: Women living in local communities have increased capacity, space and choices to beneficially engage with agriculture and tourism businesses. (b) Objective 2: Inclusive business partnerships: Selected private sector actors within the agriculture and tourism sectors innovate to profitably and sustainably trade with more women entrepreneurs and operate in gender sensitive ways. (c) Objective 3: Improving sector governance and policy: Government agencies reinforce policies, and enact plans, regulations and services that enable more inclusive socio-economic development. DFAT will not accept proposals from Tenderers who have formed a consortium at this tender stage with any local organisations in Vietnam. Clause 8 in Schedule 1, Part 3 of the RFT (draft Contract) refers to a Management Consortium which will be engaged after Contract signature. DFAT have made this decision to ensure that all local organisations in Vietnam have the opportunity to be involved in Aus4Equality without the risk of exclusivity arrangements by Contractors being put in place. DFAT acknowledges Criterion 1.5 in the Evaluation Criteria (Part 1 of the RFT, Clause 7.1) states ‘how they (tenderers) will develop and cohesively manage the program’s activities, partners, and consortiums’. Tenderers should address this criterion as to how they have managed consortiums in the past, and how they plan to develop and manage the Management Consortium involved in Aus4Equality after Contract signature and in accordance with Clause 8 in Schedule 1, Part 3 of the RFT.

000 Cafe Lease - Emergency Services Complex - Kedron

Public Safety Business Agency | Published March 20, 2017  -  Deadline April 10, 2017
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The Public Safety Business Agency (PSBA) seeks a cafeteria operator to manage and operate a sit down - take away cafeteria and to provide professional catering services as required at the Emergency Services Complex, Kedron Park.


The agreement with the current cafeteria contractor will expire on 23 June 2017. PSBA views the services provided by the cafeteria as being an important aspect of the emergency services working environment and needs to ensure that a quality service is maintained.

Design Services Panel - Standing Offer Arrangement

Powerlink Queensland | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
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The scope of the Services includes the provision of services related to the production of Substation and Transmission Line designs in accordance with Powerlink’s design standards and design practices. It is primarily aimed at the provision of detailed design, drafting and database configuration services.

The scope of services is divided into eight distinct parts, catering for the fields of:

  • Part 1 – Primary Substation civil design;
  • Part 2 – Primary Substation electrical design;
  • Part 3 – Secondary Systems Protection design;
  • Part 4 – Secondary Systems Automation design;
  • Part 5 - Telecommunications design;
  • Part 6 - Transmission line civil design;
  • Part 7 – Transmission line electrical design; and
  • Part 8 – Transmission line layout and drafting.

 

Provision of professional services for the investigation and evaluation of an Integrated Billing solution

Queensland Health Gold Coast University Hospital | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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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:

  • Minimal automation & inadequate integration, resulting in internal variation and revenue leakage.
  • High reliance on temporary workarounds and manual repeated transcription of data that is tedious and unsustainable.
  • Minimal catering for Eclipse functionality with Medicare or Private Health Funds.
  • Significant revenue adjustments (rejections).

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:

  • Review our Business
  • Desired outcome from the engagement
  • Scoping up a Solution

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 Museum Restaurant and Catering Services South Brisbane

Corporate Administration Agency | Published January 16, 2017  -  Deadline February 16, 2017
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Queensland Museum is Seeking a Suitably Qualified Operators for the Provision of Restaurant and Catering Services at Queensland Museum, South Brisbane

  • engaging a suitably experienced, qualified and resourced Supplier to provide the abovementioned Services for an initial Contract term of five (5) years commencing Monday, 1  May 2017.  At the end of the initial Contract term, the Supplier may invoke its option and extend the Contract for a further five (5) years to provide a total possible Contract term of no more than ten (10) years in total;
  • executing a Contract with the successful Supplier no later than Monday, 27 February 2017 allowing for a minimum sixty (60) calendar day transition and notice period (where required) for the current arrangements which expire on Tuesday, 28 February 2017;
  • achieving added value to the museum experience through an operator who will implement  innovative solutions, grow the existing business and showcase how the function and venue hire aspects of the business can be grown to position Queensland Museum, South Brisbane as a unique event destination. 

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.
 

GOLDOC2017026 - Recycling and Waste Management

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation | Published November 1, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
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**See attached Scope of Work for further definition**

The Gold Coast 2018 (GOLDOC) Organising Committee for the Commonwealth Games (GC2018) wishes to engage one or more suitably experienced and qualified Recycling and Waste Suppliers(s) to plan, deliver and manage all aspects of the Recycling and Waste Services for GOLDOC at the GC2018 Venues

GOLDOC’s Cleaning and Waste Management Functional Area (CWM FA) is responsible for the planning, organisation, coordination, procurement, tender negotiation and contract management necessary to operationally deliver the Waste Management Services to all client groups at all GC2018 venues. Consistently deliver throughout GC2018 Venues, Cleaning and Waste Services that are sustainable, provide value for money and of dependable quality. and are delivered in a friendly, efficient and timely manner.


The Cleaning and Waste programme has the overall responsibility for planning and contract management of all Recycling and Waste services. The Recycling and Waste operations will commence at most venues during the Bump-In phase with a limited service that will build up to a full Games-time Recycling and Waste Management during competition days and then wind down during the bump out phase.  A Recycling and Waste Help-desk service will operate from a central location for each venue. 

The types of waste generated will include the following:
• General Waste (Non-recyclable) defined as non-prescribed waste that is not capable of being composted, recycled, reused or reprocessed;
• Organic Materials defined as food waste and residuals from catering areas. This includes food waste, food processing waste, out-of-date or off-specification food, meat, fruit and vegetable scraps. 
• Recyclable Waste (Paper, Cardboard, Plastic, Metals) defined as waste that can be recycled. Includes writing paper, paper used for printing, magazines, newspapers, cardboard and packaging paper, but excludes waxed cardboard;
• Glass from Back of House areas defined as all glass objects that can be recycled such as all clear, green and amber glass bottles, e.g. soft drink, mineral water, wine, beer; all glass jars and glass bottles;
• Secure Confidential Waste – defined as accreditations, confidential documents, security information or information sensitive waste including confidential documents, paperwork, computer hard copy and tapes;
• Light building based materials defined as non-prescribed waste from the venue overlay construction and removal including but not limited to non-compactable waste material such as bricks, timber, plaster, metal and sand;
• Discarded clothing and materials;
• Hazardous Waste as per EPA definition;
• Sanitary Waste;
• Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) as per EPA definition;
• Specialist Sport FA wastes (as identified
 

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