• Hot Tenders

    The following are samples of current tender business opportunities.

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Hot Tenders

  • Prime Mover Tender

    Closing Date:
    10/02/2020 4:00 PM
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    Prime Mover Tender


    Closing Date:
    10/02/2020 4:00 PM
    Web Document Location:



    Contract Number :

    Prime Mover Tender

    Tenders are invited for the following:

    - Supply & delivery of one Prime Mover 480Hp minimum with 11 cubic metre quick release body.
    - Trade or Outright Purchase of one 2014 Hino 700 Series 440 HP Prime Mover.
    - Trade or Outright Purchase of one 2013 Isuzu Giga 455HP Prime Mover.

    Specifications, including details on vehicles to be traded are available via email.

    Tenders to be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer by due date and time.

    Lowest of any tender not necessarily accepted.
    Contact:
    Enquiries/Documents
    GovDept
    Judd Hobson
    works@kulin.wa.gov.au
    Mob: 0427 801 241
    Shire of Kulin
    Contact:
    Submissions
    GovDept
    Garrick Yandle - Chief Executive Officer
    Mob: 0427 801 241
    Shire of Kulin
  • Learning Specialist Professional Learning

    Closing Date:
    17/02/2020 12:00 PM




    Learning Specialist Professional Learning


    Closing Date:
    17/02/2020 12:00 PM



    Contract Number : CW38833

    Number: 1920-020

    The Victorian Government is investing $25.2 million over five years to recruit, train, support, and deepen the expertise of learning specialists for every Victorian government school. This includes $5.5 million over five years to build the capabilities of learning specialists through a suite of blended professional learning offerings.

    Learning specialists are instructional leaders, focused on building the capabilities of teachers within their school to improve student learning outcomes.

    This procurement is seeking to engage a Supplier for the design and delivery of a professional learning suite to build and deepen the capabilities of learning specialists in five key areas relevant to their role and responsibilities, as detailed in the Victorian Government Schools Agreement 2017 (VSGA 2017). The capability areas include:

    Modelling exemplary teaching practice and professional learning to demonstrate high-level expertise in teaching and learning practice.
    Leading from the middle to work with the school leadership team to implement whole-school improvement strategies and provide instructional leadership.
    Enriching data and evidence practices to model exemplary use of student data to support improvement cycles and inform teaching approaches.
    Professional observations to explore a variety of evidence-based approaches that will improve professional learning outcomes for teachers and leaders.
    Professional conversations to build a culture of open and effective communication to lead and engage colleagues
    The services are required for an initial contract term of one year, with two one year options for extension (1+1+1 years).

    Prospective tenderers are referred to the Invitation to Supply (ITS) documentation package available on the Buying for Victoria Supplier Portal (BVSP) for detailed scope and requirements for the required services.


    Industry Briefing Session
    A briefing session will be held at 2 Treasury Place, East Melbourne, VIC, Australia, 3002 on 15 January 2020 11:00 AM.
    Notes: Venue: Department of Education and TrainingMeeting Room G1 and G2 of2 Treasury PlaceEast Melbourne VIC 3002Confirm attendance via email to RSVP by 4pm Monday 13 January, 2020
    Contact:
    Enquiries
    GovDept
    Ashley Grice
    Grice.Ashley.C@edumail.vic.gov.au
    Ph: (03) 9097 7466 , (03) 7022 1962
    Department of Education & Training
    Contact:
    Enquiries/Technical
    GovDept
    Megan Kerr
    kerr.megan.l@edumail.vic.gov.au
    Ph: (03) 7022 0350
    Department of Education & Training
  • Ceduna Memorial Hall - Concreting, rust mitigation, and painting

    Closing Date:
    5/02/2020 5:00 PM




    Ceduna Memorial Hall - Concreting, rust mitigation, and painting


    Closing Date:
    5/02/2020 5:00 PM



    Contract Number : DCC046522

    The District Council of Ceduna (the Council) invites Tenders from Tenderers for the provision of building renovation / maintenance services to the Ceduna Memorial Hall (the Services). The Council will enter into a Minor Works Agreement with the successful Tenderer.

    Council is seeking suitable qualified trades person/s to undertake maintenance work on the paved veranda, access steps, rendering and veranda steel work on the Western Entrance to the Ceduna Memorial Hall:

    Council’s aims to prevent water ingress to the existing area, treat rusted steelwork and replace rendered surface of veranda with concrete;
    Access to the area will be coordinated with any pre booked use of the facility
    All works must be completed prior to 19th June 2020.
    Contact:
    Enquiries
    GovDept
    Mark Hewitson
    mhewitson@ceduna.sa.gov.au
    Ph: (08) 8625 3407
    District Council of Ceduna
  • Additional cold treatment schedule for Queensland Fruit Fly in blueberries for market access to China

    Closing Date:
    14/02/2020 5:00 PM




    Additional cold treatment schedule for Queensland Fruit Fly in blueberries for market access to China


    Closing Date:
    14/02/2020 5:00 PM



    Contract Number :

    Request for Proposal
    Hort Innovation is seeking a suitably qualified, experienced and capable delivery partner for the project: Additional cold treatment schedule for Queensland Fruit Fly in blueberries for market access to China (BB19001).

    The objectives of the services being sought are to produce a full and robust data package to underpin future trade of blueberries, to assist Hort Innovation;

    Provide confidence in export pathways and treatments
    Underpin commercially workable market access pathways
    Build alternative markets for export.
    Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties. The RFP may be downloaded from www.tenders.net (you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access this information).

    The closing date for responses is 5.00pm (AEDT), 14 February 2020.
    Contact:

    Company

    Hort Innovation
  • Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST)

    Closing Date:
    17/02/2020 11:00 AM




    Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST)


    Closing Date:
    17/02/2020 11:00 AM



    Contract Number : GO3454

    Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST)

    Description:
    The Australian Government is inviting applications through a targeted, non-competitive process to apply to deliver services under the Assistance and Other Compensation for Veterans and Dependants Program – Payments to Ex-Service Organisations (ESOs) sub-program – Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) Activity.

    The BEST program (the program) forms part of the Government’s commitment to support the role of ex-service organisation (ESO) pension and welfare practitioners and advocates, who provide advice and assistance to the veteran and defence communities. It also links closely to the Advocacy Training and Development Program (ATDP), which provides the essential skills for claims, advocacy and welfare work.

    BEST is intended to assist the veteran and defence communities by providing support and resources to ESO practitioners for pensions, advocacy and/or welfare work. It assists ESOs by providing a contribution to the work of these practitioners. It does not fully fund an organisation.

    The objectives of the program are to assist ESOs to:

    improve the quality of claims received by DVA at the primary determining level

    reduce the rate of appeals to the Veterans’ Review Board (VRB) and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)

    promote the provision of welfare services to the veteran and defence community.
    The intended outcomes of the program are to ensure:

    the veteran and defence communities are able to benefit from having better informed ESO practitioners who can ensure claims lodged with DVA are of a high standard and contain all required information to enable timely and quality decisions
    ESO practitioners will assist in improving claims assessment efficiency

    the veteran and defence communities will have access to appropriate compensation and welfare advocacy services.
    Contact:
    Enquiries
    GovDept
    Community Grants Hub
    support@communitygrants.gov.au
    Ph: 1800 020 283
    Department of Veterans' Affairs
  • Emissions Reduction Project - Solar

    Closing Date:
    13/02/2020 5:00 PM
    Web Document Location:
    https://www.eprocure.com.au/bhs/




    Emissions Reduction Project - Solar


    Closing Date:
    13/02/2020 5:00 PM
    Web Document Location:
    https://www.eprocure.com.au/bhs/



    Contract Number : BHS20002

    Ballarat Health Services (BHS) are seeking Fixed Price Tenders for Grid Interactive Photovoltaic Generating Systems as a strategy to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions at 5 sites in the Ballarat Victoria area.
    Contact:
    Enquiries/Technical
    GovDept

    Ph: 1800 377 628
    Ballarat Health Services
  • Road Reconstruction Innovation

    Closing Date:
    24/01/2020 5:00 PM




    Road Reconstruction Innovation


    Closing Date:
    24/01/2020 5:00 PM



    Contract Number : TF20191206


    Tender CodeCOM046459
    The City of Mitcham, in conjunction with the Cities of Unley and Holdfast Bay (the Councils) invites Expressions of Interest from Registrants for the provision of new, innovative road surfacing and reconstruction works
    Contact:
    Enquiries
    GovDept
    Russell King
    rking@mitchamcouncil.sa.gov.au
    Ph: (08) 8372 8847
    City of Mitcham
  • Community Grants Program 2020

    Closing Date:
    28/02/2020 5:00 PM
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    Community Grants Program 2020


    Closing Date:
    28/02/2020 5:00 PM
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    Contract Number :

    Local Organisations are invited to apply for council's community grants to fund programs and/or equipment/facilities in the following categories:

    - Community assistance - up to $5,000
    - Sport and recreation - up to $5,000
    - Community improvement - up to $20,000

    Application forms and guidelines are available from council's website, libraries, offices and rural transaction centres.
    Contact:
    Enquiries
    GovDept

    Ph: 1300 242 686
    Central Highlands Regional Council
  • REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – HEADSPACE SOUTH CANBERRA

    Closing Date:
    14/02/2020 5:00 PM




    REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – HEADSPACE SOUTH CANBERRA


    Closing Date:
    14/02/2020 5:00 PM



    Contract Number :

    REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – HEADSPACE SOUTH CANBERRA

    Capital Health Network (CHN) is requesting proposals from potential providers for the establishment of a new headspace centre in Canberra’s south (e.g. Tuggeranong, Weston Creek, Woden or other suitable location), the fit out of the centre, and the provision of headspace services. The new headspace centre should aim to improve access, integration, and mental health outcomes for young people in Canberra in line with the headspace Model Integrity Framework, which has been included as an attachment to the Request for Proposal (RFP).

    headspace centres have been providing tailored and holistic mental health support to 12–25 year olds since 2006 (see https://headspace.org.au). We know that nationally, approximately 25.6% of people 15-24 experience a mental or behavioural health condition (ABS, National Health Survey 2017-2018).

    Problem Statement
    Youth mental health is a national priority under Commonwealth PHN Program: Primary Mental Health Care schedule. We know that nationally, approximately 25.6% of people 15-24 experience a mental or behavioural health condition (ABS, National Health Survey 2017-2018).

    In the ACT:

    young people aged 12-24 make up approximately 19.7% (73,000) of the population (ABS, 2016).
    local estimates suggest that approximately 12% of people aged 12-17 experienced a mental health disorder in the previous 12 months.
    young people in Canberra are experiencing high and very high levels of psychological distress, according the ABS National Health Survey and Mission Australia’s report, Can We Talk? Seven-year youth mental health report- 2012-2018.
    Through consultation with consumers, carers, and service providers CHN consistently hears that:

    access to mental health services for young people in the ACT is limited with long wait-times and inaccessibility due to affordability, geography and transportation.
    young people face high levels of stress, ill mental health, and self-harm and suicide.
    there is a significant gap in services for these young people on the South side of Canberra including Tuggeranong, Weston Creek, and Woden.
    some groups of young people are at particular risk including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and LGBTQI+ young people.
    Demographics
    Young people in South Canberra:

    Tuggeranong: Young people make up approximately 19.6% of the population. Of the total population approximately 2.5% of people identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander with a median age of 22 years. 17.5% of the total population speak a language other than English at home.
    Weston Creek: Young people make up approximately 15.8% of the population. Of the total population, 1.4% of people identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres with a median age of 26 years. Additionally, 16.7% of the population speak a language other than English at home.
    Woden: Young people make up about 17% of the total population with 1.2% identifying as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander with a median age of 22. Additionally, 25.8% of people speak a language other than English at home.
    Services Required (overview)
    The provider will be required to ensure that the new headspace South Canberra centre:

    promotes early help seeking by young people aged 12-25 years old;
    provides no (or low) cost, youth friendly, holistic care to young people aged 12-25 across, at a minimum, the headspace four core streams:
    mental health,
    physical and sexual health,
    alcohol and other drugs, and
    vocational/educational support; and
    facilitates access to best practice and evidence-based treatment for young people with mental health concerns, including those with associated physical health or drug and alcohol issues.
    Establishment of the centre is anticipated to occur from April through to September 2020, with services to commence by 1 October 2020. Additional detail on services required from the preferred service provider is contained in the RFP and associated attachments.

    RFP – Key Dates:
    The RFP process commences on Tuesday, 14 January 2020.

    An industry briefing session will take place from 3:00pm-4:00pm on Thursday, 23 January 2020. Further information is available in the tender documentation (RFP) under Part A: Reference Schedule.

    The closing date and time for this RFP is 5:00pm Friday, 14 February 2020.

    All applications must be submitted on the provided Response Form as a pdf file to tenders@chnact.org.au. To obtain a copy of the tender documentation, please register your interest here. Questions and requests for information must be submitted in writing to tenders@chnact.org.au on or before 5:00pm on Friday, 7 February 2020. Responses will be provided to interested applicants who have registered their details via the above link. Q&As will be posted online and updated throughout the RFP period.

    The headspace South Canberra initiative is funded utilising Primary Health Network program funding from the Australian Government Department of Health.

    CHN service orders comply with the requirements under the terms of the Deed with the Australian Government. These Terms and Conditions are included in the Tender documentation.
    Contact:
    Enquiries
    GovDept

    tenders@chnact.org.au
    Capital Health Network
  • Foreshore Path

    Closing Date:
    16/03/2020 2:00 PM
    Web Document Location:




    Foreshore Path


    Closing Date:
    16/03/2020 2:00 PM
    Web Document Location:



    Contract Number : 030\001\116

    Foreshore Path

    Sealed tenders are invited from suitably qualified civil contractors for the construction of a pedestrian path along St Georges Bay, St Helens.

    Tender documents will be available from Tuesday, 21 January 2020 via registering through Council's website: https://www.bodc.tas.gov.au/council/tenders/

    Closing time for receipt of tenders is by due date and time.
    Contact:

    GovDept

    Break O'Day Council






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