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Tender: Parkes Shire Council Billabong Creek Rehabilitation Request for Tender, Central West, closes 08/02/2019 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

Parkes Shire Council (PSC the Principal) is seeking quotations from appropriately qualified earthworks and landscaping contractors for the provision of minor earthworks, vegetation planting, and erection of environmental controls for the Billabong Creek Remediation.
The primary objectives for the scope of work are:
1. To provide well-designed and well implemented minor earthworks, vegetation planting, and erection of environmental controls.
2. Maintenance of planted vegetation until it is established.
3. The construction / installation work shall be completed on time, within budget and without incidents (Health, Safety, Environment, Community, Quality, or HSECQ). The work shall also have minimal impact on the ongoing operation of the WTP and STP.
All site / field work shall be coordinated with Parkes Shire Council's Project Management Office (PMO).
Prices are to be on a Schedule of Rates basis. All prices for services offered are to be fixed for the term of the Contract. Prices must include Goods and Services Tax (GST).
A non-mandatory briefing teleconference will be held on Wednesday 23 January 2019 commencing at 2.00pm AEST teleconference numbers and participants codes that must be used has been outlined in the RFT Section 5.24 Teleconference Details - Non Mandatory Briefing.
Prospective providers are encouraged to seek clarification on any point to assist in their providing the best possible Tender, via the on-line forum only.
Submissions close at 2pm AEST Friday 8 February 2019. At the time of closing only those Tenders received on time will be considered. All submissions MUST be lodged via Tenderlink

Tender: Financial Planning & Analysis Solution, Queensland, closes 11/02/2019 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

Closing: Monday 11 February 2019 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Tender Overview: The Queensland Bulk Water Supply Authority, trading as Seqwater (the Customer), is the Queensland Government statutory authority responsible for ensuring a safe, secure and cost-effective bulk drinking water supply for 3.1 million people across South East Queensland. Seqwater also provides irrigation water to 1,200 rural customers in seven water supply schemes, as well as essential flood mitigation services. Seqwater is one of Australia's largest water businesses with the most geographically-spread and diverse asset base of any capital city water authority, with operations extending from the New South Wales border to the base of the Toowoomba ranges and north to Gympie.
· delivers a safe, secure and reliable bulk water supply to South East Queensland;
· provides essential flood mitigation services in managed catchment areas;
· manages catchment health, including monitoring water quality in these catchments;
· provides recreational facilities from its unrestricted infrastructure assets; and
· manages the long-term planning of the region's future water needs.
The Budget Model and Quarterly Forecast processes are coordinated by the Management Accounting Team using the existing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) tool which is Technology One (known internally as CIS - Corporate Information System). As implemented, CIS contains limited budget modelling and forecasting ability that updates the general ledger. Much of this functionality is manual and no reconciliation process is available. There is also no ability to conduct 'What if' scenario analysis.
Feedback from previous budgeting cycles has identified opportunities for improvement in the following areas:
· Responsiveness - processing large volumes of data for data modelling causes poor performance in all modules of CIS that affects other areas of the business;
· Usability - Poor navigation and the inability to customise views is inefficient. This causes frustration and wasted time. Much of the work is exported to Excel to provide improved functionality;
· Accuracy - Issues with worksheets and model within the current tool causes inaccurate data; and
· Reporting - Each accountant uses a different format for reporting and sometimes completely different tools. An opportunity exists to create standardised reports and templates stored in a central location.
To realise these improvements, there is a need to undertake this financial planning and analysis effort outside of CIS, using a dedicated solution and revised processes.
Seqwater will consider offers for SaaS and On-Premise solutions. Tenders are free to offer one or both methods.
Seqwater will consider Waterfall and Agile delivery methods. Tenderers are free to offer one or both methods.
Seqwater is seeking a holistic solution via the tender process (i.e. acquisition of a solution, implementation and support and maintenance services). Organisations are discouraged from submitting standalone tenders for just part of Seqwater's requirements. Seqwater will consider part of the services being undertaken by sub-contractors via the main contract.
Tenders should carefully consider the evaluation criteria listed at section 3.7.1 of this document, particularly the 'mandatory' evaluation criteria, before investing the time and expense of submitting a tender. Any tender not meeting all mandatory evaluation criteria (or requirements) will be rejected.
The implementation is required to align with Seqwater's below financial planning timeframes:
· 2019/2020 financial year forecasting commences July 2019; and
· 2020/2021 budget modelling commences September 2019.
Contacts: Steve Ludkin, Type: Contractual,
email: ICTT
Documents available from Internet Site: Tender: Provision of Direct to Net Solution, Queensland, closes 18/02/2019 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

Closing: Monday 18 February 2019 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Tender Overview: The Queensland Government is seeking Proposals for QEDSOA-92824 for the provision of Direct to Net Solution.
Suppliers are invited by the State of Queensland acting through the Department of Education (DoE) to respond to this Invitation to Offer (ITO) QEDSOA-92824 for the provision of Direct to Net Solution to provide clean, filtered internet directly at schools and integration services to existing DoE technology and solutions as specified in the applicable customer's Section C - DoE ITO Response Schedules.
This ITO intents for the selection of one or more supply partners Direct to Net solution and integration services under a Standing Offer Arrangement (SOA) for DoE.
The scope of this ITO and subsequent Standing Offer Arrangement, will include:
· Supply of internet content filtering services at schools that meet departmental and school policies.
· Supply of managed security services to ensure internet traffic at schools is secure and free of malicious content.
· Supply of interoperability services to interconnect and integrate the solution with incumbent departmental services and technology.
· Supply of professional services to assist in the deployment and integration of the solution at schools and with incumbent departmental services to the new arrangement.
Contacts: Bahareh Leva, Type: Contractual, phone: (07) 3034-4732,
Luke Hickey, Type: Contractual, phone: (07) 3034-4721,
Briefing: A briefing session will be held at 30 Mary Street, Brisbane on 22 January 2019 at 1:00pm. Suppliers must register to attend this briefing by 5:00pm on 18 January 2019 via the iVvy online registration tool at: Password: Reg1sterDoE
Documents available from Internet Site: Tender: Certification of Safety Equipment Panel, Australia, closes 11/02/2019 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

ATM ID: DPS19000623.
Agency: Department of Parliamentary Services.
Close Date & Time: 11 February 2019 at 2.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
Location: ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, WA, QLD, NT, TAS.
ATM Type: Request for Tender.
Description: The Department of Parliamentary Services is looking to establish a panel for Certification of Safety Equipment Services at the Australian Parliament House.
Conditions for Participation:
1. The tenderer and any subcontractors proposed in the tender must not be non-compliant with the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Cth).
2. There is currently no judicial decision against the tenderer (not including decisions under appeal) in relation to employee entitlements where the tenderer has not paid the claim.
3. Where the tenderer has an Enterprise Agreement made under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) on or after 1 January 2010, the agreement must include genuine dispute resolution procedures.
4. The tenderer must not have any adverse Court or Tribunal decision for a breach of workplace relations law, occupational health and safety law, or workers' compensation law in the two years preceding the date of the RFT.
5. The tenderer must not have orders from any Court or Tribunal decisions the Tenderer has not fully complied with relating to a breach of workplace relations law, occupational health and safety law, or workers' compensation law.
6. The tenderer must not be excluded from tendering by the operation of clause 9.2 (Conflicts of Interest).
7. Tenderer must exist as a legal entity.
Timeframe for Delivery: Expected panel establishment mid-March 2019.
Address for Lodgement:
Contact Details: Procurement and Contract Management Officer. E:
This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:

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