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Tender: T18/02 - Construction of Bridge at Wedderburn, New South Wales, closes 17/04/2018 2:30 p.m. NSW ...

ABOUT CAMPBELLTOWN
Campbelltown City: A city of Ambition, Opportunity and Innovation.
Campbelltown City is a designated strategic centre and is just 53kms from the Sydney CBD, covering an area of 312 km2.
The City is home to more than 160,000 people with the population expected to reach 270,000 by 2031, and is a significant centre for the Macarthur region, providing a broad range of services and facilities including a major hospital, university, two TAFE colleges, arts centre, public transport, large shopping centres and a growing commercial and industrial sector.
Our location on the F5 provides residents and visitors with easy access to the wider Sydney metropolitan area. Residents enjoy this proximity while valuing the natural environment surrounding the city, including the Georges River, Scenic Hills, extensive bushland and rural lands.
Council's principal service centre is located at the Civic Centre in Queen Street, Campbelltown.
SUMMARY OF REQUIREMENTS
Council requires a suitably experienced RMS prequalified organisation to construct a new bridge over the causeway in Wedderburn to improve access to the suburb.
TENDER BRIEFING
Come along to our tender briefing at 10am on Thursday 29 March 2018 at Council, cnr Queen and Broughton Streets, Campbelltown. Please contact Leah Dickson on 4645 4925 or email
tenders@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au to register.
SCHEDULE
Contract let: May 2018
Works commenced: June 2018
Works Completed: 30 November 2018
Please note this timetable is an approximation and is only to be used as a guide.
REGISTRATION TO TENDER
You can purchase the Request for Tender (RFT) document after registering with Tenderlink through the portal in electronic form or in hard copy from Council's Customer Service Centre, Ground Floor, Cnr Queen and Broughton Streets, Campbelltown.
DOCUMENT FEE
There is a document fee of $125.00 for this RFT, both in electronic or hard copy form.
ENQUIRIES
Enquiries prior to purchase of the RFT should be directed to:
Leah Dickson
(02) 4645-4925
leah.dickson@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au
All enquiries following the purchase of the RFT should be made via the Tenderlink online forum.























Tender: Parkes Shire Council - Major Projects - Legal and Probity Advisory Services, New South Wales, closes 13/04/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

Parkes Shire Council (PSC) requests quotations from suitably qualified and experienced organisations for the provision of Legal and Probity Advisory Services associated with Council's ongoing Major Projects progressed by the Project Management Office.
As a minimum, the following scope of services shall be provided:
Council requires legal advice on the conditions of tendering and the development and execution of the Principal Contractor contracts.
Provide Probity advice throughout the delivery of the Principal Works Contracts procurement process to ensure the strict probity and risk management frameworks are adopted and maintained.
Ensure that there are practices in place that mitigate the risk of corruption in tendering and contracting activities including but not limited to having an approved scope of work before going to tender, having an approved budget and approved contract price estimate before receipt of tenders, documented tender evaluation recommendation and approval process in place, a governance structure that establishes independent approval through the procurement process for example the person approving the outcome of the tender process should not be the same person who evaluated the tender responses or was involved in conducting the actual tender process.
Provide Legal Advice during the Contract Works delivery, practical completion, defect liability period and final certificate phases, including but not limited to:
o Security of Payment Act claims.
o Contract EoTs and Variation claims.
o Council Risk Review & Audit Committee updates.
o Contract Notices.
o Regulatory Obligations & Notices.
o Contract Insurance Provisions.
The non- mandatory briefing teleconference will be held on Wednesday 28 March 2018 commencing at 2.00pm AEST teleconference numbers and participants codes that must be used are listed in the RFQ - Section 4.22 Teleconference Details - Non Mandatory Briefing
Submissions close at 2pm AEST Friday 13 April 2018. At the time of closing only those Quotations received on time will be considered.
All clarifications are to be posted via the online tenderlink forum













Tender: Advance Tender Notice - Strategy 2030 Technology Solution, Victoria, closes 04/05/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

VICTORIAN WORKCOVER AUTHORITY. ADVANCED TENDER NOTICE: WORKSAFE VICTORIA STRATEGY 2030 TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION.
TENDER. Number: D18 1114-D18 1117.
Description: WorkSafe intend to release a series of RFTs for a range of technology products and services that support the implementation of Strategy 2030 initiatives.
The RFTs will focus on seeking information in relation to a specific set of business and enabling technology platforms including:
· Digital Channels
· Outbound Communications and Marketing Automation
· Identity and Access Management
· Managed Security
· Customer Relationship Management
· Enterprise Data Management
· Content Services
· Integration and Orchestration
· Process automation
· Specific business solutions including:
· Licensing Management
· Injury Recovery Management
· Claims Management
· Service Management
· Field Force Management
· Payment and Billing
Back-office, end user computing and infrastructure platforms will not form part of the scope of the RFT.
Respondents will be permitted to respond against one or multiple of the above platforms based upon the capabilities of their products and services and their relevance to WorkSafe's requirements.
Estimated dates*
RFT Release - By 19 March 2018.
Industry Briefing Session: 26 March 2018 (Melbourne).
Location: Level 7, 222 Exhibition Street, Melbourne.
Closing date for response lodgement - From 30 April - 4th May 2018.
Note: *These timeframes are indicative only and may be changed by WorkSafe.
Closes on Friday 4th May 2018 at 2:00pm AEST, Melbourne, Victoria.
Details available from Internet Site: the following address (please click
here)




























Tender: Information - GP Psychiatry Support Line, New South Wales, closes 10/04/2018 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

South Eastern NSW PHN, Northern Sydney PHN, Central and Eastern Sydney PHN, Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN, Murrumbidgee PHN and Western NSW PHN invite suitably qualified and experienced organisations to apply to operate a Psychiatry Support Line for GPs through a single, open Request for Proposal (RFP) process.
The three core objectives for this RFP are as follows:
- to identify a lead agency for the administration of a telephone support line
- to develop a sustainable model whereby a pool of psychiatrists provides expert advice to General Practitioners (GPs) which enables them to support mental health consumers, rather than refer them to a specialist
- to improve the mental health service received by consumers in the primary care setting.
INFORMATION SESSION: An information session will be held via webinar on Tuesday 27 March at 1.00 pm. Please refer to the RFP Guideline for more information.
FURTHER INFORMATION: Please direct any questions in relation to this RFP to the South Eastern NSW PHN, the lead co-commissioning PHN, via the online forum on the TenderLink portal. Questions raised from the RFP may be asked via the TenderLink portal from Tuesday 13 March to Monday 2 April 2018.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: Refer to the online manual on the portal under Support/Online Manuals/Making a Submission, or contact TenderLink Customer Support on 1800 233-533 or by email (see option below).
SUBMISSIONS: Proposals must be lodged electronically via the TenderLink portal (see option below). Submissions must be received by 5.00 pm on Tuesday 10 April 2018. Late submissions will not be accepted.







Tender: Economic Assessment & Development & Servicing Strategy, Wide Bay Burnett, closes 09/04/2018 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

GYMPIE REGIONAL COUNCIL. ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT AND DEVELOPMENT AND SERVICING STRATEGY FOR EAST DEEP CREEK LOCAL DEVELOPMENT AREA STRUCTURE PLAN.
INVITATION TO OFFER. Number: RFQ20172018Q056a.
Tender Overview: Council is calling for quotations from suitably qualified and experienced contractors / suppliers to undertake an economic assessment and development and servicing strategy to inform and shape the East Deep Creek Local Development Area (LDA) Structure Plan.
Enquiries: Allison Britton, phone: 5481-0834,
email:
tenders@gympie.qld.gov.au
Closes on Monday 9th April 2018 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click Tender: Shark Control Program, Queensland, closes 20/04/2018 6:00 p.m. NSW ...

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FORESTRY.
SHARK CONTROL PROGRAM GOLD COAST.
INVITATION TO OFFER. Number: DAF18003.
Tender Overview: The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) invites Offers from suitably qualified persons to minimise the threat of shark attacks on humans by using baited drumlines off the Queensland coast in the waters adjacent to the Gold Coast. It is important to reduce the inadvertent impacts of the Shark Control Program (the Program) on other marine animals (bycatch) without compromising human safety. Bycatch levels are carefully monitored and research is focused on minimising impacts on non-target species. Officers of the Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol (QBFP) will supervise and direct the operation.
Enquiries: Lana Cronin (DAFF), email:
lana.cronin@ehp.qld.gov.au
Closes on Friday 20 April 2018 at 5:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Submit your response in hardcopy to Level 12, 41 George Street, Brisbane.
Site Visit: A site visit will be held at 40-44 Sea World Drive, Main Beach, on 5th April 2018 at 9:00am. All registrations are to be sent to Lana Cronin at: procurement.daf@daf.qld.gov.au by 10:00am (AEST) Thursday 29 March 2018.
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click Tender: Supply & Placement of Asphalt for Minor Patch Maintenance, South Australia, closes 19/04/2018 2:30 p.m. NSW ...

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE. SUPPLY AND PLACEMENT OF ASPHALT FOR MINOR PATCH MAINTENANCE THROUGHOUT SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
REQUEST FOR TENDER.
Tender Code: DPTI043166. Contract Number: 17C957.
Prequalification A1 - Asphalt Works.
Enquiries: Scott Gibson of Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, telephone: 8260-0007, email:
scott.gibson@sa.gov.au
Enquiries: Jazmyn Halford of Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, telephone: 8260-0010, email: jazmyn.halford@sa.gov.au
Should you require assistance in uploading your tender submission electronically please contact the Tenders SA helpdesk on 8462-1401. It is recommended that you allow at least two hours prior to tender closing time to ensure that you upload your tender. A receipt number will be issued to confirm that your submission has been completed successfully.
Tender closes at 2:00pm Adelaide time 19 April 2018.
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click here)







Tender: RFT38-18 - HVAC Upgrade at Whitlam Library, Cabramatta, New South Wales, closes 11/04/2018 2:30 p.m. NSW ...

ABOUT THE CITY OF FAIRFIELD: Fairfield City is located 32 kilometres South-West of the Sydney Central Business District (CBD), covers an area of some 104 square kilometres, incorporating 27 suburbs and is bounded by the Local Government Areas (LGAs) of Penrith, Liverpool, Cumberland, Canterbury Bankstown and Blacktown.
Fairfield City is home to approximately 207,000 people and is one of NSW's most populous Local Government Area.
Council is a body politic constituted under the Local Government Act 1993 with the general functions set out in the Local Government Act and is enable to enter into contracts and arrangements of the type contemplated in this Expression Of Interest.
Fairfield City Council is self-insured where it provides its own insurance to its workers instead of going through an insurance agent.
Being self-insured requires Council additional licensing requirements to ensure it maintains the high standards expected in Work, Health and Safety (WHS). Accordingly,
Council must demonstrate that its WHS systems and practices comply with the WHS legal framework including the WHS laws (WHS Act 2011 and WHS Regulation 2011) and the National Self-insurer OHS Management System Audit Tool (NAT) version 3.
SafeWork NSW monitors and conducts audits on self-insurers periodically throughout the Licence term supported by an audit framework in WHS and case management.
For further information on Fairfield City Council including its structure, functions and services provided, demographics and latest initiatives, it is suggested that you refer to the website at
www.fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au
ABOUT THE TENDER: Fairfield City Council is seeking tenders from organisation(s) that have appropriate certifications, qualifications, capacity, experience and a high standard of capability who can deliver the best value for money for the HVAC upgrade including the Supply and Installation of Chillers and the other equipment, and the installation of Boilers and cooling towers at Whitlam Library.
ENQUIRIES: Tender enquiries should be directed to Procurement via the online forum (see option below). Completed responses can be submitted via the electronic tender box.
BRIEFING SESSION: A non-mandatory briefing session will be held on Cabramatta Whitlam Library on Tuesday 3 April 2018 at 2:00pm, to present key elements pertaining to the Statement of Requirements, as well as a brief overview of the proposed contract requirements.
TENDERERS TO NOTE: In the preparation and submission of the Tender and without limiting the Tenderers obligations, the Tenderer shall submit a response which includes all Schedules including the Respondents Declaration Schedule and any other declaration required completely filled in together with any other documents, information and details necessary to make the Submission complete. The respondent shall not submit a response without a firm intention to proceed nor engage in any form of collusive practice not directly or indirectly canvass support from an elected member or employee of Council at any time.
REGISTRATION: Tender documents may be obtained online via (see option below).
CLOSING DATE AND TIME: Tender close at 2.30 pm AEST on Wednesday 11 April 2018 and submissions must be received in full prior to this time. Late submissions are not accepted.














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