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Tender: Supply and Delivery of Road Sealing Aggregate, Western Australia, closes 10/12/2018 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

SHIRE OF MOORA. SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF APPROXIMATELY 1250 TONNE OF ROAD SEALING AGGREGATE.
Tender: 09/18.
Tender documents can be obtained by emailing
mes@moora.wa.gov or by contacting the hire office on (08) 9651-0000.
Further details are available from John Greay - Manager Engineering Services.
Tenders should be addressed: Tender 08/18/2018. Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Moora, 34 Padbury Street, Moora WA 6510 before 12 noon, Monday, 10th December 2018.
Faxed or emailed tenders will not be accepted. Canvassing of Councillors or Staff will disqualify.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Alan Leeson, Chief Executive Officer.






Tender: Supply & Spray of Bitumen Products, Western Australia, closes 10/12/2018 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

SHIRE OF MOORA. SUPPLY AND SPRAY OF APPROXIMATELY 301,000 LITRES OF BITUMEN PRODUCTS.
Tender: 08/18.
Tender documents can be obtained by emailing
mes@moora.wa.gov or by contacting the hire office on (08) 9651-0000.
Further details are available from John Greay - Manager Engineering Services.
Tenders should be addressed: Tender 08/18/2018. Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Moora, 34 Padbury Street, Moora WA 6510 before 12 noon, Monday, 10th December 2018.
Faxed or emailed tenders will not be accepted. Canvassing of Councillors or Staff will disqualify.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Alan Leeson, Chief Executive Officer.






Tender: Audit Risk and Improvement Committee, New South Wales, closes 13/12/2018 4:30 p.m. NSW ...

KU-RING-GAI COUNCIL. AUDIT RISK AND IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE.
Expressions of Interest.
Ku-ring-gai Council is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced individuals for appointment to the roles of Independent Chairperson and Independent Member on the Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee.
The Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee meets five (5) times per a year and is responsible for providing independent assurance and assistance to Council on financial reporting, risk management, internal controls, governance, and internal and external audit and accountability responsibilities.
Members of the Committee are expected to:
· Understand the relevant legislative and regulatory requirements appropriate to Ku-ring-gai Council;
· Contribute the time needed to study and understand the papers provided;
· Apply good analytical skills, objectivity and good judgment;
· Express opinions frankly, ask questions that go to the fundamental core of issues, and pursue independent lines of enquiry.
Terms: An overview of the terms related to each role is provided below.
Independent Chairperson: Sitting fee: $1,200 (plus gst) per meeting.
The fees are inclusive of all preparation, travel, out of pocket expenses and attendance at the meeting itself. Term: 2 years
Independent Member: Sitting Fee: $1,000 (plus gst) per meeting.
The fees are inclusive of all preparation, travel, out of pocket expenses and attendance at the meeting itself Term: 1 year
Reappointment: The external committee members will be eligible for extension or re-appointment following a formal review of their performance.
The maximum number of terms an external member can sit on the committee without the need for further nominations is two (2) terms.
Selection criteria: To be eligible for appointment to role of Independent Chairperson or Independent Member, a person must, at a minimum, demonstrate their ability to meet the following requirements:
1. Demonstrated understanding of the duties and responsibilities of the Audit Committee as outlined in the Audit Committee Charter;
2. Knowledge of and experience in: local government, financial reporting, auditing requirements accounting, legal compliance and risk management;
3. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and work in partnership with other stakeholders including, but not limited to, officers of Council;
4. Demonstrated ability to provide flexibility and availability to attend meetings and undertake duties and responsibilities as a member of the Committee;
5. High level of personal integrity and ethics;
6. High level of business and financial literacy.
*Please note: A person is ineligible to be an external member of Council's Audit Risk and Improvement Committee if:
a. a councillor, or
b. a nominee for election as a councillor, or
c. an administrator, or
d. an employee of a council, or
e. a member of the Commonwealth Parliament or any State Parliament or Territory Assembly, or
f. a nominee for election as a member of the Commonwealth Parliament or any State Parliament or Territory Assembly, or
g. a person who has a conviction for an indictable offence that is not an expired conviction, or
h. a person who has been a former councillor or employee of Ku-ring-gai Council at any time;
i. a person who is a contractor to Council and/or has business dealings with Council (or has been a contractor and/or had business dealings within the last 5 years); or
j. a person who is employed by an entity that is a contractor to Council and/or has business dealings with Council .
How to apply
Interested applicants should demonstrate their suitability for the role through the provision of a cover letter, selection criteria response, resume (including two referees) and any other supporting documents considered relevant.
Applications to be marked: Confidential - Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee
Closing date: 4.30pm 13 December 2018
Submissions: Email submissions to;
kmc@kmc.nsw.gov.au
Contact person: Rod Kidd. rkidd@kmc.nsw.gov.au. Ph. 9424-0839.
Documents available from Internet Site http://www.kmc.nsw.gov.au/Your_Council/Meetings/Committee_meetings/Audit_Risk_and_Improvement_Committee







































Tender: Irrigation Replacement, Perth, closes 11/12/2018 6:00 p.m. NSW ...

CITY OF WANNEROO. CABRINI PARK & MEREWORTH PARK & IRRIGATION REPLACEMENT.
Tender Number: 18273.
More detailed information can be obtained from Clayton Byrne, telephone (08) 9405-5238.
Tenders closes: 3pm, Tuesday 11 December 2018.
Please note The City has moved to electronic submissions Tenders only.
The tender documents can be obtained by registering at:
https://etender.wanneroo.wa.gov.au
Tenders must be submitted electronically through the eTender website.
A tender that has not been submitted when tenders close will not be considered for evaluation.
Facsimile, email or hand delivered tenders will not be considered for evaluation.
The City of Wanneroo may decline to accept any tender. Canvassing of Councillors will disqualify.
Daniel Simms, Chief Executive Officer.










Tender: Lake Liner Replacement, Western Australia, closes 11/12/2018 6:00 p.m. NSW ...

CITY OF WANNEROO. RIDGEWOOD LAKE LINER REPLACEMENT.
More detailed information can be obtained from Clayton Byrne, telephone (08) 9405-5238.
Tenders clsoses: 3pm, Tuesday 11 December 2018.
Please note The City has moved to electronic submissions Tenders only.
The tender documents can be obtained by registering at:
https://etender.wanneroo.wa.gov.au
Tenders must be submitted electronically through the eTender website.
A tender that has not been submitted when tenders close will not be considered for evaluation.
Facsimile, email or hand delivered tenders will not be considered for evaluation.
The City of Wanneroo may decline to accept any tender. Canvassing of Councillors will disqualify.
Daniel Simms, Chief Executive Officer.









Tender: Learning Lab - Digital Design Services, Melbourne, closes 06/12/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

MUSEUMS VICTORIA LEARNING LAB - DIGITAL DESIGN SERVICES.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST.
Number: EOI-18-004MM
Contacts: Christopher Dupe, Type: Contractual, phone: (03) 9385-4215, email:
cdupe@museum.vic.gov.au
Description: The Learning Lab project at Melbourne Museum seeks to achieve key aspirations of Museums Victoria's Strategic Plan by creating an innovative and inspiring space that connects Melbourne Museum experiences and stories with digital technologies and 21st Century Learning.
Closes on Thursday 6th December 2018 at 2:00pm AEDT, Melbourne, Victoria. Submit your response in hardcopy to Tender Box, 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton, VIC 3053.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.tenders.vic.gov.au/tenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?id=32476&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3Faction%3Dadvanced-tender-search-open-tender





Tender: EOI18/06 Insurance Broking and Risk Management Services, New South Wales, closes 18/12/2018 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 is seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced Insurance Services Brokers to provide a range of insurance broking and risk management services that reflect a progressive approach to the changing needs of Council and innovative service delivery. These includes negotiating with relevant insurers to obtain best value for the Council's required insurance classes, providing Council with risk financing recommendations and optional approaches, claims management advice, maintaining relationships with insurers and complying with an agreed service plan.
It is anticipated the selection of the Recommended Organisation will take place via a two stage process as follows:
a) Public Request for Expression of Interest
b) Select Request for Tender.
SCHEDULE
Request for Expressions of Interest Close: 2.30pm Tuesday 18 December 2018
Select tenders invited: Beginning of February 2019
Contract award: mid March 2019
Term services may be required: 4pm 30 June 2019 for an initial period of 3 years with an option for extension of 2 years.
Please note this timetable is an approximation and is only to be used as a guide.
REGISTRATION TO SUBMIT EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
You can purchase the Request for Expression of Interest (RFE) 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 $66.00 for this RFE, both in electronic or hard copy form.
ENQUIRIES
Enquiries prior to purchase of the RFE should be directed to:
Rochelle Whipps
(02) 4645 4402
rochelle.whipps@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au
All enquiries following the purchase of the RFE should be made via the Tenderlink online forum.


























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