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Tender: T18/31 - Design & Construct New Lift at Civic Centre, New South Wales, closes 13/11/2018 2:30 p.m. NSW ...

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.
Council requires a suitably experienced and qualified company to design, manufacture, supply, deliver, install, test and commission one passenger lift at Campbelltown City Council Civic Centre, including removal of existing stairs.
Come along to our tender briefing/site inspection at 9.30am on Wednesday 31 October 2018 at Council, cnr Queen and Broughton Streets, Campbelltown. Please contact Leah Dickson on 4645-4925 or email to register.
Contract let: November 2018
Works commenced: January 2019
Works Completed: 30 June 2019
Please note this timetable is an approximation and is only to be used as a guide.
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.
There is a document fee of $125.00 for this RFT, both in electronic or hard copy form.
Enquiries prior to purchase of the RFT should be directed to:
Leah Dickson
(02) 4645-4925
All enquiries following the purchase of the RFT should be made via the Tenderlink online forum.

Tender: Tender 10/2019 North Sydney CBD Post Office Block Public Domain Upgrade, New South Wales, closes 15/11/2018 4:00 p.m. NSW ...

Tenders are invited from appropriately-qualified and experienced contractors to tender for the public domain upgrade of the North Sydney CBD 'Post Office Block'. Works include the reconstruction of granite kerb and concrete gutter (600m), granite footpath paving (2000 sq.m), drainage pit reconstruction (15 off), tree planting, street furniture, landscaping and other associated works. The tender documentation may be accessed free of charge by registering on the e tendering portal at as from Tuesday, 23 October 2018. Alternatively, documents can be purchased from Council's Customer Service Counter for $300. Tenders can be lodged either electronically via the same website or as hard copy in Council's Tender Box, Ground Floor, 200 Miller Street, North Sydney NSW 2060.
Tenders close at 4pm sharp on Thursday, 15 November 2018. Any enquiries are to be lodged via that same website on the On-line Forum up to 4.00pm, Monday, 12 November 2018, and the questions and answers will be subsequently posted on that Forum. Additionally, a pre-tender meeting will be held in The Geddes Room at the Council Chambers starting at 9:30am sharp on Tuesday, 06 November 2018.

Tender: T18/054 - D&C of Poulton Park Synthetic Football Fields, Connells Point, New South Wales, closes 21/11/2018 10:00 a.m. NSW ...

On 12 May 2016 Georges River Council was proclaimed and comprises of the former Hurstville City Council and the former Kogarah City Council. Combined the new Local Government Area has 149,000 residents, covers 43 square kilometres and comprises of 21 suburbs within the 5 wards: Blakehurst, Hurstville, Kogarah Bay, Mortdale and Peakhurst. Council's customers come from across a vast diversity that includes residents, visitors, businesses, government and non-government agencies.
Georges River Council (Council) invites responses to its Request for Tender (Tender) from suitably qualified and experienced contractors to design and construct Poulton Park Synthetic Football Fields. This tender will involve design, construction and installation of football synthetic playing surfaces, including drainage, floodlighting, fencing, pavement and associated infrastructure in order to provide a premium all weather sports field facility.
All inquiries and requests for additional information must be forwarded through the Online Forum (see option below).
Completed responses can be submitted in via the electronic tender box (preferred) (see option below). Respondents will receive a Successful Submission Receipt timed and dated upon completion. Should assistance be required please use the online manual on the portal under Support/Online Manuals/Making a Submission or contact TenderLink Customer Support on 1800 233-533 by the nominated date and time.
The canvassing of Councillors or Council staff will automatically disqualify tenderers. Tenders received after the closing date and time will not be considered. Selection criteria will be used in assessing tenders.

Tender: RFT 2018/157 - Supply of Services for an Electronic Rostering, Time and Attendance System, New South Wales, closes 20/11/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

The Northern Beaches Council is the formation of the merging of Manly, Pittwater and Warringah councils. It marks a new era and a period of exciting transformation. The new Council is committed to maintaining a high level of customer service to the local community.
Northern Beaches Council is working closely with the community to build strategies that enhance our quality of life, promote sustainable development and protect our environment.
Northern Beaches Council (Council) invites tenders for the provision of Electronic rostering, time and attendance system/s. The tender process will be split into three options. Tenderers are able to tender for on one, two or all three of the options within the tender process. The scope of the tender includes;
- Software licencing.
- SaaS cloud hosting or licencing for Council to host.
- Customisation of the system to meet Council's needs.
- Implementation.
- Training of staff.
- Ongoing maintenance of the system.
The Contract term will be 3 years with an extension at Council's discretion three (3) periods of two (2) years. The expected start date for the implementation phase is 25 February 2019 with project management commencing 28 January 2019, subject to contract. It is expected that the system will be live no later than the periods listed in the KPI's.
Option 1: Tender to a single organisational rostering, time and attendance system. This option will be for up to 2020 positions with a subset of these staff requiring advance rostering capability for up to 1020 positions.
Option 2: Tender for rostering, time and attendance system for business units that need advance rostering. This option will need to provide for a system for up to 1020 positions including casuals.
Option 3: Tender for a time and attendance system that do not need advanced rostering capability. This option will need to provide for a system for up to 1000 positions which are Monday to Friday workers.
Council with then select the option or options that best suits Councils organisational requirements.
The Contract term will be 3 (three) years, with an extension at Council's option of a further 3 (three) periods of 24 (twenty four) months.
The services are to be carried out strictly in accordance with the requirements in this document. To have tenders considered, contractors will need to ensure that all required information requested in the Request for Tender document is provided.
The evaluation criteria for this tender are as follows:
Mandatory Criteria:
All Schedules Submission of all documentation required by the Request for Tender Mandatory; Applicants must submit a response to all schedules.
Schedule, Description, Assessment
Schedule F1, Tender Form, Information Only
Schedule F2, Departures and Qualifications Pass/Fail
Schedule F4, Financial Information, Pass/Fail
Schedule F8, Work Health and Safety, Pass/Fail
Schedule F12, Conflict of Interest and Fair Dealing Declaration, Information Only
Schedule F13, Insurances, Pass/Fail
Schedule F14, Detailed Requirements, Pass/Fail
Scored Criteria:
Schedule F3 & F5, Demonstrated past experience of the Tenderer, 15%
Schedule F10 & F11 Demonstrated past experience Personnel and Subcontractors, 10%
Schedules F7, F15, & F18 Proposed Methodology (including QA), 25%
Schedule F15 Ongoing Support and Maintenance Services, 15%
Schedule F18 Product Development Roadmap, 10%
Schedule F19 Schedule of Fees, 25%
Full tender documents are available for download at a cost of $150 GST exclusive.
Tenders/Quotations close at 2pm on Tuesday, 20 November 2018 and must be fully received by this time.
Submissions should be lodged in the electronic tender box or in the physical tender box at Northern Beaches Council, Civic Centre, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, NSW 2099 by the time and date nominated. Late submissions may not be accepted.
Documents must be obtained after registration on the e-tendering portal which is free (see option below).
Tender enquiries should be directed to the Tendering Officer via the online forum (see forum option below).

Tender: Provision of Application Development Capabilities, Queensland, closes 05/11/2018 6:00 p.m. NSW ...

Tender Overview: Griffith University is seeking proposals for system development purposes.
This tender exercise is an Expression of Interest (EOI) to determine the viability of its requirements, before progressing the procurement process to a full Invitation to Offer (ITO) stage. This may be progressed to be a closed tender.
Griffith has a complex digital strategy that requires high quality suppliers to meet or exceed our expectations.
The University is gathering information from qualified suppliers whom could provide application development capabilities to develop a system to convert student marks to grades for academic purposes. This is linked to the internally referenced project 'Marks Entry Spreadsheet (MESS) Replacement Project'.
The new solution will be required to provide an improved transfer of marks from the Marks Centre, validation and calculations to derive a course grade, review and approval processes and the posting of awarded grades to the student's academic record in the University's student information system, PeopleSoft.
Enquiries: Matthew Ziegenfusz (available for comment submission) of Griffith University, phone: 3735-7345,
Other Contacts: Matthew Ziegenfusz, Type: Technical,
phone: 0466-265-632, email:
Closes on Monday 5th November 2018 at 5:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Documents available from Internet Site: the following address (please click Tender: Audit Services, Australia, closes 09/11/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

ATM ID: 2018/491.
Agency: Australian National Audit Office (ANAO).
Close Date & Time: 9 November 2018 at 2.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
Location: ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, WA, QLD, NT, TAS.
ATM Type: Request for Tender.
Description: The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) is seeking the services of organisations for provision of services for the audit of the financial statements of the Royal Australian Mint.
A detailed statement of the required services (Services) is contained in the Statement of Requirement (SOR) at Part 3 - Statement of Requirement of this Request for Tender (RFT).
Address for Lodgement: AusTender.
Contact Details: Procurement. E:
This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:
the following address (please click here)

Tender: Audit, Risk Business Improvement Committee Member, Fitzroy, closes 05/11/2018 1:00 p.m. NSW ...

Livingstone Shire Council's Audit, Risk and Business Improvement Committee is an advisory committee to Council that reports and provides input on business improvement opportunities, governance processes and strategic matters.
The emphasis is on improving performance and transparency within Council including oversight of internal and external audit functions, enterprise risk management, financial reporting and governance.
The Committee is currently comprised of two (2) Councillors and four (4) independent external members.
Following the resignation of a current member, Council is seeking expressions of interest to fill this vacancy.
The expected term of appointment will be for a period of three (3) years. The Committee is expected to convene six (6) times per financial year; however, this may be varied according to business needs.
Indicative remuneration is $1,250.00 (ex GST) per meeting inclusive of preparation, attendance and travel time. There is a requirement to be able to physically attend each meeting unless approval of absence is obtained from the committee chairperson. Travel expenses to and from Yeppoon will be met by Council.
Specific enquiries should be directed to Scott Williams, Internal Auditor, in the first instance on (07) 4913-5000.
Applications addressing the Expression of Interest Criteria, must be received by midnight Monday, 5 November 2018, and should be addressed as follows: Chris Murdoch, Chief Executive Officer, Livingstone Shire Council, PO Box 2292, YEPPOON, QLD 4703.
Applications can be emailed to or posted to the above address.
Documents available from Internet Site the following address (please click here)

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