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Tender: Sediment Movement Data Interpretation, Fitzroy, closes 20/12/2018 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

Issued by Gladstone Ports Corporation Limited.
Invitation to Offer.
Number: OS18304220AD.
Closing: Thursday, 20 December 2018 at 2:00PM Brisbane, Queensland
Tender Overview: OS18304220 - Invitation to Tender - Sediment Movement Data Interpretation for the PoG Sustainable Sediment Management (SSM) Project.
To be submitted via QTender website
Tender closing date Thursday, 20 December 2018.
Tender closing time 2.00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
Enquiries: Amelia Davey. Phone: 4976-1690. Email:
Documents available from Internet Site Tender: Solar Array, Northern Territory, closes 05/02/2019 12:00 p.m. NSW ...

ATM ID: EST01214.
Agency: Department of Defence - DSRG.
Close Date & Time: 5 February 2019 at 12.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
Location: NT.
ATM Type: Expression of Interest.
Multi-stage: Yes.
Multi-stage Criteria: Subject to clauses 5.2 to 5.5 of the Conditions of Registration, the criteria to be applied for the purposes of evaluation for the ITR Stage are as follows:
a. The proposed corporate structure and the financial and corporate viability of the respondent to provide the Supplies (non-weighted evaluation criteria);
b. Capability and Capacity (40% evaluation weighting)
c. Task Appreciation (40% evaluation weighting) and
d. Previous Performance (20% evaluation weighting)
The subsequent Limited Tender will have the following criteria weighted for evaluation: a. Workload and Proposed Resources - (40% evaluation weighting) b. Methodology and Plans - (40% evaluation weighting) and c. Program - (20% evaluation weighting).
Description: The scope of works of this project is a Solar Photo Voltaic (PV) renewable energy installation near Harts Range, Northern Territory (NT). The project is for a Solar PV system of the order of 1000kW to supply the Base. The Solar PV system will require integration with the existing diesel power station on site, including provision of an energy storage system, integration with a live radar capability and management of considerable power quality and other technical issues such as transient loads. An integral part of this project is the ongoing support and maintenance of the system once it has been installed. This maintenance is to be provided by the contractor who installs the system for twenty four months, with extension options for an additional 24 months (48 months total).
Other Instructions: The Invitation to Register (ITR) documents (including draft Contract) are attached on AusTender (under 'Go to ATM documents').
1. Click on Go to ATM Documents
2. Download the tender documents
Any questions relating to this ITR are to be forwarded via email to the Contact Officer / PDS Contractor nominated below.
Tenderers are advised that questions submitted to the Contact Officer between 14 December 2018 and 7 January 2019 will not be responded to until 8 January 2019 at the earliest. Tenderers are to note that any questions submitted which are not responded to via an addendum prior to 14 December 2018, will not be responded to until 8 January 2019 at the earliest.
The cut-off date for questions pertaining to this ITR is seven (7) days before the tender close date.
Industry Briefing: Refer to Clause 2.8 of the Conditions of Registration.
Conditions for Participation: The Commonwealth will exclude a response from further consideration if the Commonwealth considers that the respondent does not comply with the Commonwealth's security requirements set out in the contract.
The Respondent must at the time of submitting its response must satisfy each condition for participation as follows:
· The Respondent must comply with the Building Code 2016 at the time of submitting its registration of interest and the respondent has provided a signed Building Code declaration in the form required at Annex B to the conditions of registration.
· The Respondent must not be precluded from tendering for Australian Government funded work or specifically excluded from participating in this tender price;
· The Respondent must provide a signed Declaration by Respondent in the form required at Annex C to the conditions of registration;
· The Respondent must provide evidence of their Accreditation under the WHS Accreditation Scheme; and
· The Respondent must provide a Workplace Relations Management Plan with their submission.
Timeframe for Delivery: Installation to be complete by 30 December 2019. Maintenance to be provided for two years post completion date.
Address for Lodgement:
Contact Details: Kevin Hamer. P: (08) 9483-8519. E:
This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:

Tender: Develop National Ridge to Reef Diagnostic Reports, Australia, closes 04/01/2019 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

Contract RFP 18/066.
Closing: Friday 4 January 2019 at 4.00 pm New Zealand Daylight Saving Time.
Details: These terms of reference are for specialist Technical Assistance to support participatory environmental systems analysis, and policy assessment for the 5-year GEF funded Regional Pacific IW Ridge to Reef Program ("the Project"). This $10m project is being implemented by the UNDP, UNE and FAO, and executed regionally by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) and across fourteen Pacific Islands countries: Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), Fiji,
Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI), Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
In bringing together countries that face similar threats to fresh and coastal water systems, this project aims to test the mainstreaming of ridge to reef, climate resilient approaches to integrated land, water,
forest and coastal management in the PICs through strategic planning, capacity building and piloted local actions. The project is implementing a variety of practical approaches to safe-guarding water systems and coastal habitats in the fourteen participating countries with the aim of engaging and supporting national governments and local communities to build the knowledge base to better understand the cause and effect relationship of 'whole-of-island' environmental degradation and develop the skills and systems to better manage these impacts.
Additionally, regional Project activities will focus on strengthening scientific understanding of the current state of priority coastal areas and support the development and endorsement of national and regional strategic action frameworks for ICM/IWRM. These strategic action frameworks aim to meet the regional need for the mainstreaming of ridge to reef approaches in national development planning. It will also support strengthened national coordination for ridge to reef integrated land, water, forest and coastal management, including climate change adaptation, in the participating countries.
Although environmental challenges are similar across the Pacific region, the priorities and responses will necessarily differ across the participating countries. In support of the strategic action frameworks, diagnostic analysis will be conducted to inform actions for reform and scaling up of ridge to reef investments in the fourteen participating countries.
One of the main activities R2R will support during the next 12 months is environmental systems analysis in priority locations and development of national Ridge to Reef Diagnostic Reports, with associated policy assessment and recommendations in up to 14 countries. The environmental systems analysis should be part of a process of engagement with stakeholders that involves user groups in understanding of local environmental problems and drivers, and in the formulation of new policy based on best practice and sound science. The process should use innovative technology and tools to promote greater stakeholder engagement in the science-to-policy process.
With the support of the consultant, priority environmental problems will be articulated, and causal loop analysis established that identifies activities, resources and pressures related to it. Identification of policy or action options will be established through the participatory process. The outcome of these workshops and information collected will be used in a system simulation model that draws on collated secondary data, to provide a scientific basis for policy assessments. Additionally, outcomes will be documented to produce a national Ridge to Reef Diagnostic Analysis Report and be used to facilitate the consultative process for developing strategic action frameworks.
Documents available from Internet Site:

Tender: Provision of Fire Services Providers To Non-Share Service Provider Managed Sites, Victoria, closes 17/01/2019 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

Number: DEDJTR-PN05-2018.
Enquiries: All questions in relation to this tender, should be addressed to: · Glenn Walker. Type: Technical. Phone: (03) 5833-5931. Email:
· Peter Grant. Type: Technical. Phone: (03) 5774-2659. Email:
Description: Responses are invited from service providers with relevant experience to provide the (DEDJTR and VFA) with Fire Services Maintenance Services for its Victorian property portfolio.
Responses: Closes on Thursday, 17 January 2019, 2:00 PM AEDT Melbourne, Victoria.
Briefings: Current Sessions:
Thu, 20 Dec 2018, 12:30 PM AEDT Melbourne, Victoria - Briefing will be held at Refer to Appendix 2 of Tender Documentation.
Documents available from Internet Site

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