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Department of Education - Corporate

Student Finance Solution RFI

The NSW Department of Education (DoE) is preparing to approach the market to release an RFI for a Student Finance Solution.

Proposed ID DoE1669828596
Notice Published 28-Feb-2019
Expected Issue Date 22-Mar-2019
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Corporate finance
Agency Department of Education - Corporate
Last Updated: 14-Mar-2019 4:30pm

Advance Notice - Infrastructure Support Services

The Department of Justice (the Department) is publishing this Advance Notice to notify the market for the upcoming tender opportunity for the provision of infrastructure support services to the Sites and Facilities of the subject of its infrastructure portfolio.  The Department is seeking for the best partner to assist it in the delivery of strategic, efficient, relevant and effective Services to its customers commencing in April–June 2020.   The Department will be releasing an EOI approximately by mid-April 2019  to identify suitably qualified suppliers (either as a single provider or a consortium) who are able to demonstrate their capability, experience and capacity to deliver the Services to all geographic locations where the Sites and Facilities are present.  The EOI will be the first stage in a multi-stage procurement process. Only those Respondents shortlisted from this EOI will be invited to participate in the RFT, which is stage 2 of the procurement process.   The upcoming EOI can only be accessed via the department‘s end to end procurement system, Procurement Central . To participate in the EOI opportunity, please register on https://justice.bravosolution.com/web/login.html .  Organisations who have not registered on Procurement Central will not be able to access the EOI once it has been released. If you have already registered on to Procurement Central, you are not required to register again.   If you have any issues with the registration process, please contact the Helpdesk via: Phone:+61 (0)2 8072 0644 or Email:  customersupport@bravosolution.com .    

Proposed ID Prj_385
Notice Published 19-Mar-2019
Expected End Date 25-Mar-2019
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Facilities management
Agency Department of Justice
Last Updated: 20-Mar-2019 9:29am

Department of Education - Corporate

Human Capital Management Program (HCM) - Phase 2 IQATA

Background  The HCM Program has been established to improve the processes and systems in place to support the NSW Department of Education's most valuable asset: its people. Phase two of the program will optimise processes for workforce planning, recruitment, talent management, onboarding, and performance development and review.  Integrated systems will be developed based on SuccessFactors, SAP’s cloud-based human resource management solution. This strategic transformation agenda will enhance the department’s capacity to recruit and retain high quality graduates and skilled staff, and reduce the administrative burden on principals, teachers and hiring managers.   Phase 1 of the Program (January 2017 to September 2018) focused on establishing the high level business requirements and architecture approach and principles for the Department’s HCM systems; and rolled out SAP SuccessFactors Performance and Goals to 300 senior officers in the Department. The Business Case for Phase 2 of the HCM Program was approved in October 2018. The primary objectives of HCM Program Phase 2 are to: Maximise return on the department’s investment in Phase 1 of the HCM Program via responding to lessons learnt from the initial rollout and planning the further rollout of the successfully delivered SAP SuccessFactors Performance and Goals functionality to 5,500 Public Sector Non-Executive (PSNE) employees – thereby unlocking the benefits inherent in a scalable cloud-based software solution.     Establish a Right, Reliable and Repeatable recruitment service for the NSW Department of Education by implementing core customer outcomes addressing four service groups:                       §   workforce planning.                       §   position and organisation management.                       §   recruitment.                       §    onboarding. This will include enhancing the customer service model, building the critical data foundation and removing process complexity.   As this is a business led change comprising significant business transformation, a large component of the Program will be devoted to organisational change management and stakeholder engagement. The business case includes the provision of critical enabling technologies including a Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) and an integrated Talent Matching Engine. A detailed assessment of all existing Systems covering the outlined four service groups will be undertaken to evaluate fitness for purpose for re-use, re-purpose, and/or decommission. The responsibility for the oversight, direction and strategic direction making practices, including the setting or modifying the Program outcomes and strategy lies with the HCM Program Steering Group. The Independent Quality Assurance and Transformation Advisory services are to be performed within this context. The IQATA will provide the Program with practical and  pragmatic recommendations and assessments of what’s appropriate for each situation. Actions arising from recommendations provided by the IQATA will be primarily the responsibility of DoE. However, it is expected that the IQATA will positively influence HCM and its contracted suppliers to encourage resolution of issues and delivery of program outcomes. DoE therefore has to be able to work consistently over a period of time with an organisation that is capable of learning with the department in an environment where the requirements and outcomes evolve over time. Objective The objective of the RFQ is to select a single supplier under the Performance and Management Services (PQS PMS) Scheme that can deliver the best overall solution in terms of quality of outcomes and price for the delivery of the Independent Quality Assurance and Transformation Advisory (IQATA) services. The IQATA will independently review the Program’s performance on a continuous basis and determine how effective the Department and its suppliers are in remaining on target to meet expected outcomes. The supplier will provide open and frank risk management advice to the department on critical aspects of the governance, management and performance of the Program. The IQATA is to support the Program’s governance to ensure that the Program is successful. In broad terms, the Program’s success will be gauged by how successful it has been in delivering the expected Program outcomes, which could be broadly described in the following terms:   Benefits are fully delivered.   Solutions provided represent value for money.   Deliverables are of good quality.   Technology architecture is robust, standard and flexible.  Projects are delivered on time and on budget.  Stakeholders are well prepared for the transition. The HCM Program requires an organisation that can assist with improving the probability of successful delivery and minimise the risk of cost and time blowouts through project health assessments and review of governance, structure, benefits, risks, scope, costs, schedule, business change, communications, and other areas that may affect the success of the Program. Supplier Resource Requirement & Qualifications Pragmatic and flexible resourcing which can be scaled up or down to meet the specific requirements of the Program at a point in time. To successfully undertake this engagement, the IQATA must demonstrate the following core competencies: Clearly identify the Resource Category(ies) required, including the number of resources required in this Category within the resulting contract, and their level of seniority vis-à-vis the other Categories required: demonstrable experience in undertaking an IQATA (or similar) services role in a large and complex organisation such that it will demonstrate to the department, the capability and resources to meet the requirements of this role. significant demonstrable experience in undertaking an Independent Quality Assurance and Transformation Advisor role in a complex HCM implementation project/program. a sound awareness or understanding of the nature and scope of DoE corporate and schools. demonstrable experience in providing IQATA services in a program structure with projects at different stages of delivery and complexity. the capability to enlist a team of experienced and skilled resources that will be dedicated to the Program, throughout the entirety of the Program. a sound track record in service delivery where the organisation can demonstrate successful undertaking and completion of significant, complex engagements where time, quality and cost parameters were highly critical. the financial viability to cover its obligations for the term of the engagement. the corporate capability and integrity to conduct this engagement in an honest and ethical manner. the managerial capability to work in a collaborative manner and the ability to willingly enlist the co-operation of department officers and other suppliers. The level/seniority and number of Supplier resources to be deployed per activity/SoW will be dependent on the activity and therefore will be defined and agreed in the SoW together with an approximate division of labour or accountabilities associated with each resource. As such, the IQATA’s proposal must include a rate card (schedule of rates) to apply for each category of resource together with a statement that proposes a clear basis for any future adjustment in the daily rates. The rate card must include: the different resource categories daily rate for the resource categories list of resources proposed by the Supplier against each category CV for each resource proposed – clearly demonstrating the suitability of the resources to undertake the IQATA activities. It should include the qualifications, experience and their level of seniority in the organisation. The value for money test will include assessment of the resource pool proposed, the skills and experience they bring compared to the rates they are being charged at. DoE reserves the right to choose the resources to include in the agreement as specified personnel. The resulting contract will include a list of specified personnel which will be subject to the following protocols: Supplier resource proposed in SoWs not part of the specified personnel list – As the skills, level and number requirement for resources vary per activity and each resource’s availability, it may necessitate a requirement for the Supplier to identify resources outside the screened/specified personnel list. The Supplier will have the flexibility to vary the resources in the SoW by 20% away from the agreed specified list per SoW i.e. if a SoW requires five (5) resources to complete, the Supplier may propose one (1) out of the resources that is not part of the specified list. This variation will be subject to acceptance by DoE. The proposal will include the resource’s CV – experience, skills, background and qualifications for assessment. It is expected that the additional resource will have the minimum qualifications and experience of a comparable resource in the specified list. Replacement of Supplier resources due to illness and unforeseen events – As these are exceptional circumstances, replacement may be proposed by the Supplier as and when it occurs. DoE’s approval must be sought in writing as soon as possible. Replacements must be approved in writing by DoE prior to the resource commencing work on the activity. The suitability and acceptability of replacement resources is at the exclusive opinion of DoE. The Supplier is to ensure continuity of service or knowledge transfer among its resources, at the Supplier’s cost.

Proposed ID DoE1700704597
Notice Published 20-Mar-2019
Expected End Date 29-Mar-2019
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Quality assurance services
Agency Department of Education - Corporate
Last Updated: 20-Mar-2019 9:46am

Department of Education - Corporate

Student Survey Initiative

The objective of this project is to engage a suitably qualified survey provider to deliver student, parent and teacher surveys to participating schools, match survey results from the student survey with Department of Education (DoE) student identifier and provider data files from all surveys to DoE.  The RFT has a revised indicative release date of late February 2019. As the solution being requested will be cloud based, the successful supplier will need to join buy.nsw before a contract is executed.  Buy.nsw is a simplified and streamlined registration process for providers of cloud based services to NSW Government.  For this tender, interested suppliers do not need to join buy.nsw before submitting a tender.  Further information about buy.nsw can be found at https://buy.nsw.gov.au/cloud.  

Proposed ID DoE1551026873
Notice Published 22-Jan-2019
Expected End Date 1-Apr-2019
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Sampling surveys
Agency Department of Education - Corporate
Last Updated: 6-Mar-2019 2:54pm

Advance Notice - Electronic Monitoring of Offender Services for Corrective Services NSW

Corrective Services NSW CSNSW) is responsible for the management of individuals who have been placed on court orders as provided by NSW Legislation where electronic monitoring represents a better solution than imprisonment for convicted offenders. CSNSW is seeking to enter into a contract with a suitably qualified entity for an integrated solution for the provision of both electronic monitoring services, software and equipment. The initial term of the contract will be a period of four years commencing on 28/2/2020. This may be followed by two extensions of up to four years each.

Proposed ID DJ2019-20A
Notice Published 18-Mar-2019
Expected End Date 23-May-2019
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
National Defense and Public Order and Security and Safety Services
Agency Department of Justice
Last Updated: 14-Mar-2019 2:38pm

Transition to new tendering and sourcing system - please register now

The Department of Justice has recently launched Procurement Central which is a new end to end procurement system. Procurement Central will be the platform that the Department of Justice will use for the majority of its sourcing activities. Open tender activities will still be advertised through eTenders, but access to the tender documentation and submission of responses will happen through Procurement Central. The Department of Justice encourages you to proactively register in Procurement Central which can be accessed here If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact procurement@justice.nsw.gov.au . For assistance with the registration process please contacts the Helpdesk via phone: +61 (0)2 8072 0644 or customersupport@bravosolution.com. 

Proposed ID Procurement Central
Notice Published 18-Jan-2019
Expected Issue Date 31-Dec-2020
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Facilities management
Agency Department of Justice
Last Updated: 20-Mar-2019 8:19am

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