• The categories of identified specialist skills required are: Category 1 - Consultant for the provision of Environmental Plans and Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC) Referrals for Geoscience Australia’s Offshore Seismic and Marine Surveys; Category 2 - Offshore Seismic/Geophysical Acquisition Quality Assurance (QA) Supervisor; Category 3 - Onshore Seismic/Geophysical Acquisition Quality Assurance (QA) Supervisor; Category 4 - Marine Mammal Observer; Category 5 - Multibeam Consultant/Processor; Category 6 - Multibeam Operator; Category 7 – Basic Marine and Land Seismic Data Processing - 2D and 3D; Category 8 – Specialist Marine and Land Seismic Data Processing - 2D and 3D; Category 9 – Seismic Processing Quality Control – Standard Workflows; Category 10 – Seismic Processing Quality Control - Specialist Techniques; Category 11 – Interpretation Workstation Support of Seismic Data; Category 12 – Interpretation Workstation Support of Well Data; and Category 13 – Support of GeoFrame (Linux), Kingdom, Petrel Software and Projects. Category 14 – Client Representative - Shipboard.
The Department of National Parks Sport and Racing (NPSR) is seeking offers from qualified and experienced shipbuilding firms and/or naval architects to develop a suitable Preliminary Design Package for a long range expedition style patrol vessel for use within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area (GBWHA), Torres Straits and Gulf of Carpentaria.
NPSR own and manage all vessels delivering the on-water service delivery for the protection of the Great Barrier Reef Marine World Heritage Area.
NPSR is aware that there is considerable innovation available in the market place and is interested in exploring all possibilities of vessel hull forms, including different materials and propulsion power, in an effort to find a design which will best suit their operational needs while minimising the impact of such a vessel on the environment.
The offered vessel design must provide for safe, reliable, effective and efficient operations for a minimum of 20 years.
Please refer to Contract Details and Attachment 1 for detailed specification requirements
WorkCover Queensland (WorkCover) requires debt recovery legal services in the recovery of unsecured debt, including:
WorkCover has issued this Invitation to Offer with the objectives of appointing a small panel of suppliers under an SOA for the provision of debt recovery legal services to WorkCover for an initial 2 year period with the possibility to extend for a further 3 periods of up to 1 year each at the discretion of WorkCover.
The following points are mandatory criteria:
For detailed information on the specific goods / services sought under this tender, please review the "Schedule 1 - Requirements" in "WCQ97 SOA Details".
Offers must be lodged by 2:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time on Thursday 10 November 2016.
The ABC is seeking Responses for the supply and implementation of an integrated enterprise Intranet. ABC is looking for a holistic enterprise-scale solution that includes (but not necessarily limited to) • newsfeeds, • enterprise and divisional website authoring and publishing, • social media, • adaptive UX, • mobile access, • analytics, • search, • integration with its Microsoft 365 online collaboration environment and Active Directory. Reponses are to include associated deployment, integration with the ABC environment, transition planning related to the solution, as well as ongoing operations. The ABC’s intent is to move to a fully cloud based solution with existing Intranet features, where viable and cost-effective, for its user base.
The Commonwealth has an ongoing requirement to provide Information and Telecommunications Technology Training courses to staff within ASD. ASD’s communications environment is changing dramatically and with these changes a heavy reliance on networking knowledge and skills is required. The ASD Academy does not have the resources to meet this demand so will contract networking courses to ensure the delivery of high quality networking training from entry level to advanced digital network intelligence. Due to the changing environment and the increased need for more in-depth technical networking knowledge, ASD has a requirement to expand the scope of the training provided to include flexible learning options such as e-learning and practical application of this training to work related situations and problems. This work will require the redevelopment of some existing courses as well as developing and delivering new courses.
The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice II (AIPJ – II) is a planned investment of up to AUD 40 million for five years. Two previous Australian aid investments, the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ) and the Australia Indonesia Security Cooperation Program have been brought together under a single planned investment to strengthen the rule of law and the security environment in Indonesia. The Partnership brings together a wide range of stakeholders, government and non-government, Australian and Indonesian. It pursues multi-stakeholder collaboration and common ground for reform through policy dialogue. The overall goal of the Partnership is strong and accessible justice and security institutions that enhance respect for enforceable rights and rules-based governance systems, over time contributing to stability and prosperity in Indonesia and the region.