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Initial Industry Engagement - Next Generation Health Services

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2017

The Initial Industry Engagement (IIE) activity for the Next Generation Health Services (NGHS) Project is designed to provide initial market notification and seek feedback from industry to assist Defence understand the capabilities and capacity of industry, and provide industry with an opportunity to inform Defence (Joint Health Command) of industry perspectives, to inform any subsequent stages of the procurement process. In conducting the IIE, Defence seeks to consult with a cross section of potential industry participants in order to better understand the perspective of prime contractors, key subcontractors and Small to Medium Enterprises in relation to the provision of health services to ADF personnel. The IIE comprises an industry briefing, written responses and the opportunity for participant consultation meetings.

Defence Support Services (DSS) Panel Industry Briefing

Department of Defence - CASG | Published March 22, 2017  -  Deadline May 31, 2017

Defence is seeking to advise industry of an upcoming Request for Tender (RFT) for the establishment of the Defence Support Services (DSS) Panel. In support of this RFT, Defence will host an Industry Briefing on Thursday, 30 March 2017, to be held at: Adams Hall Auditorium Centre Reginald Saunders Theatre Building 111, Gallipoli Road Australian Defence Force Academy Campbell ACT. Briefing commences: 2:00PM (Sign in from: 1:30PM) Finish: 3:30PM The Industry Briefing will also be available to view online live via web-cast. Tenderers wishing to attend or access the briefing online must complete and return the Industry Briefing registration form. For those attending the briefing in person, you are advised to arrange alternate means of transportation (such as by Taxi) due to extremely limited parking available.

Treatment Systems Trials for nutrient and pesticide reduction in Great Barrier Reef Catchments

Department of Environment and Heritage Protection | Published February 27, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017

There is approximately $2.25 million available under the Queensland Reef Water Quality Program’s Innovation Fund to support the trial of water treatment systems that can effectively reduce nutrient and pesticides from farm paddock runoff into catchments that flow into the Great Barrier Reef lagoon.

The focus of this stream of research will be to trial new water treatment technologies or transfer existing technologies developed for agricultural, industrial or urban applications in Australia or other parts of the world into rural and agricultural settings in the catchments of the Great Barrier Reef.

Proponents must be able to deliver the project in a Great Barrier Reef catchment as well as offer matched funding (in-kind or cash) equivalent to the Queensland Government’s contribution. The maximum timeframe for funding is up to June 2020 by which time the project should be completed.

The EOI is open to all individuals and groups, including but not limited to private industry, community groups and organisations, government organisations, natural resource management (NRM) regional bodies, universities, land care groups, producer networks, agribusiness and commercial groups servicing agriculture industries.

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