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Proposed RFTs provide early notification of a possible upcoming business opportunities or tenders and are no guarantee that the RFT will proceed.


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Power Supply Upgrade Program - Design and Construction of Overhead Wiring Works

The Power Supply Upgrade Program (PSU) has been tasked to deliver and meet expected power requirements for Sydney’s future rail network and new fleet of air conditioned trains, including ‘More Trains, More Services’. It is expected that as the power requirements for the current network increases, there will be a need for the design and construction ( D&C ) for the upgrade of Overhead Wiring ( OHW ) in order to meet the thermal capacity requirements as defined by Sydney Trains Power Study. The proposed works under this tender process will be carried out through award of Framework Deed/s with D&C Contract/s. There is currently a defined scope of overhead wiring works ( Agreed Works ) which the Preferred Tenderer of this tender process will be awarded under a Framework Agreement and D&C Contract ( Agreed Contracts ).  A second Framework Agreement may be awarded, and it is anticipated as further overhead wiring works is available this will be carried out through separate D&C Contracts ( Future Contract ) competitively quoted under the subject Framework Agreement/s. The defined scope of overhead wiring works under this contract includes, but is not limited to: • Upgrade of 29 1500V DC electrical sections with 300m (minimum) auxiliary feeder • Upgrade of 9 1500V DC electrical sections with 500 metres (minimum) auxiliary feeder • Upgrade of 7 1500V DC electrical sections with 600 metres (minimum) auxiliary feeder • Upgrade of 7 1500V DC electrical sections to a higher capacity system (e.g. existing System 9 to System 12) with allowance for up to 25% structural replacement. It is anticipated that the Invitation to Tender will be released to the market on Monday, 27 February 2017. To register to receive this Invitation to Tender, please email the PSU Procurement team at psu.procurement@projects.transport.nsw.gov.au to request a Confidentiality Deed Poll. Return of the completed Confidentiality Deed Poll must be before 12pm Friday, 24 February 2017.

Proposed ID Updated Early Notice for ISD-16-5546
Notice Published 13-Feb-2017
Expected Issue Date 27-Feb-2017
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Electrical transmission and distribution equipment
Agency Transport for NSW - Transport Projects
Last Updated: 22-Feb-2017 11:56am

Power Supply Upgrade Program - Design and Construction of 1500V Feeder Upgrade

The Power Supply Upgrade Program is designed to ensure Sydney's rail network is able to meet expected power requirements to support future timetables and air-conditioned fleet. The program involves upgrades to substations, section huts, overhead wiring and feeders as well as the construction of new infrastructure across the network. It is expected that as the power requirements for the current network increases, there will be a need for the design and construction ( D&C ) for the upgrade of 1500V DC Feeder cables ( 1500's ) in order to meet the capacity requirements as defined by Sydney Trains Power Study. The proposed works under this tender process will be carried out through award of Framework Deed/s with D&C Contract/s. There is currently a defined scope of 1500V DC Feeder cables ( Agreed Works ) which the Preferred Tenderer of this tender process will be awarded under a Framework Agreement and D&C Contract ( Agreed Contracts ).  A second Framework Agreement may be awarded, and it is anticipated as further 1500V DC Feeder works is available this will be carried out through separate D&C Contracts ( Future Contract ) competitively quoted under the subject Framework Agreement/s. The works anticipated under this contract consist of, but may not be limited to the upgrade of existing 1500V DC Feeders at the following four locations: Berowra SN1/2   - 1 x 327mm2 conductor Berowra SN2/2B   - 1 x 327mm2 conductor Cowan SN1/3C - 1 additional 400m 2  cable Gordon 661/1A - 2 additional 400m 2  cables Warrawee 652/1B - 1 additional 400m 2  cable Warrawee 661/1A - 1 additional 400m 2  cable It is anticipated that the ITT will be released to the market on Tuesday, 28 February 2017. To register to receive this Invitation to Tender, please email the PSU Procurement team at psu.procurement@projects.transport.nsw.gov.au to request a Confidentiality Deed Poll. Return of the Confidentiality Deed Poll must be before 12pm Monday, 27 February 2017.

Proposed ID Early Notice of ISD-16-5555 follow-up
Notice Published 27-Jan-2017
Expected Issue Date 28-Feb-2017
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Electrical transmission and distribution equipment
Agency Transport for NSW - Transport Projects
Last Updated: 22-Feb-2017 11:54am

FACS Central Office

Personal support plans for social housing clients with work potential

The Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) is commencing market consultation on an initiative to improve education and employment outcomes for social housing clients in NSW through tailored support plans. Background In January 2016 the NSW Government released Future Directions for Social Housing in NSW – the government’s vision for social housing for the next 10 years.    Under Future Directions the government committed to introducing tailored support plans for social housing clients with the potential to find employment. A personal support plan is an agreement between a housing provider, a support provider and a social housing client. In a plan the client will agree to meet a set of achievable goals with tailored support and assistance offered by housing and service providers. The aim of the initiative is to build the capability of the client to engage in education, training and employment, and to build housing independence. This program will be piloted with 30 young adults aged between 18 and 25 who are currently living in social housing in the Campbelltown Local Government Area (LGA). Additional sites will be announced in early 2017 and may target different client groups. Market consultation While Future Directions sets the broad parameters and high level outcomes for the initiative, we are striving for innovative service design and delivery. This will be delivered through partnerships between government, businesses and the not-for-profit sector. We will hold open market consultation workshops at each site ahead of the formal tender process to encourage collaboration in the early design stage of the initiative. The initial workshops will be held in the Campbelltown LGA where the initiative is being piloted. The workshops will ensure a transparent and inclusive process with input invited from all potential providers. While the workshops are intended for potential providers in the local area, all interested parties are encouraged to register their interest. All parties who have registered their interest will have access to workshop material and an opportunity to provide input. The initial workshops will be held on: Tuesday 6 December 2016, 10am – 12pm at the Phillip Room, Campbelltown Catholic Club (20-22 Camden Road, Campbelltown NSW) The final market sounding workshop will be held on : Thursday 23 February 2017 at 10am (9.30am registration) Campbelltown Arts Centre 1 Art Gallery Rd Campbelltown NSW Registration to attend is essential. Please email Derek.Nattrass@facs.nsw.gov.au by midday, Thursday 16 February 2017 if you wish to attend. Attendance is not needed to participate in the formal market process as workshop material will be available to all interested parties on request. The open tender for Personal support plans for social housing clients with work potential will be available on the e-tender website in early 2017.

Proposed ID FACS.16.209
Notice Published 29-Nov-2016
Expected Issue Date 15-Mar-2017
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Community and social services
Agency FACS Central Office
Last Updated: 1-Feb-2017 2:04pm

FACS Central Office

Re-negotiation of OOHC Foster Care and Aboriginal Foster Care contracts to provide services to NSW children and families.

NSW Family and Community Services (FACS) are seeking non- government service providers to deliver services to NSW children and young people in out of home care (OOHC). Service delivery is currently undergoing significant reform aiming to improve the long term outcomes for children impacted by child abuse and neglect. This includes permanency planning, de-escalation of children and young people to more normalised home environments and supporting a reduction in the amount of time children and young people spend in care. In May 2016 the Minister for Family and Community Services the Hon. Brad Hazzard announced that residential Out of Home Care services would be subject to a full tender process while Foster Care services would be subject to a re-negotiation. These processes will include the implementation of new therapeutic care requirements and the introduction of outcomes based contracting and performance measures. FACS will be releasing Single Invited Proposals (SIPs) to existing contracted foster care agencies to commence a re-negotiation process. FACS is not entering into a competitive tender process. FACS is not seeking to identify new providers nor is it seeking to expand existing service delivery. SIPs released on the eTendering website will not be publically available. Each SIP will be viewable by the relevant contracted foster care agency only. Contracted Foster Care providers are advised to sign up to eTendering to ensure they receive notification when their SIP is released.  

Proposed ID FACS.17.10.Notice
Notice Published 19-Jan-2017
Expected Issue Date 15-Mar-2017
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Community and social services
Agency FACS Central Office
Last Updated: 14-Feb-2017 1:26pm

NON-EMERGENCY PATIENT TRANSPORT (NEPT) SURGE CAPACITY

  Notice to Industry Proposed tender:               HSBP_HC16_949 NON-EMERGENCY PATIENT TRANSPORT (NEPT) SURGE CAPACITY HealthShare NSW NEPT assists patients in the Greater Sydney metropolitan area who cannot use, or have difficulty using public and/or private transport, and whose acuity does not require the use of a NSW Ambulance.   HealthShare NSW is undertaking a pre-tender market engagement forum for the provision of NEPT Surge Capacity for peak periods .   Feedback is sought from the market to determine the interest in providing services, prior to a Request for Tender process. Details of the forum are as follows: Date:                       17 February 2017 Time:                      1:30pm Venue :                   HealthShare NSW                                 Level 17, Tower A The Zenith Centre,                                   Pacific Highway, Chatswood NSW 2067 Interested parties should register their intent to attend by 2:00pm Wednesday, 15 February 2017 by email to: Margaret.edwardssutcliffe@health.nsw.gov.au      

Proposed ID HSBP_HC16_949
Notice Published 9-Feb-2017
Expected Issue Date 15-Mar-2017
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Passenger road transportation
Agency HealthShare NSW
Last Updated: 9-Feb-2017 3:17pm

FACS Central Office

Social Housing Management Transfers Program

The Future Directions for Social Housing in NSW launched on 24 January 2016 provides a blueprint for the reform of the social housing sector in NSW. The strategy proposes an expanded set of options for addressing the needs of people seeking social housing assistance. This includes a large scale transfer of management rights to non-government providers.   To support the new policy approach, Future Directions outlines a plan for large scale transfers of property and tenancy management from FACS to Community Housing Providers (CHPs). Under the transfers plan up to 35% of public housing properties will be contracted to CHPs for tenancy and property management.   Key features of the Social Housing Management Transfers (SHMT) Program are:   The transfer of approximately 18,000 public housing properties to community housing providers under management contracts with terms of up to 20 years Approximately 14,000 of these properties will be transferred through a competitive process in tranches over 3 years starting in 2016-17. This SHMT Program RFT process relates only to these 14,000 properties.   It is anticipated that under the SHMT Program FACS will award up to nine (9) transfer packages in four Whole of Location (WOL) areas, comprising approximately 14,000 properties for management by CHPs.   The SHMT Program will be implemented through a commissioning process open to existing registered CHPs and new entrants capable of achieving registration through the National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH).   Under the SHMT Program, organisations will be invited to apply for the right to take on management of up to nine packages of social housing properties located in the following areas of NSW:   Shoalhaven Mid North Coast Hunter New England, excluding the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie local government areas Northern Sydney, excluding the Ivanhoe Estate. This notice is to inform interested parties that the summary of Draft Community Housing Assistance Agreement - General Property Lease for the Social Housing Management Transfers Program have been uploaded into the Program Data Room. Additional contractual documents will also be made available through the Data Room. Please note these draft documents are provided to Proponents for information purposes only. They may not represent the final drafting, risk allocation or position adopted by FACS in the Request for Tender (RFT) documentation issued regarding the SHMT Program. Feedback on the contract documents is welcome in written format by COB 17 February 2017. This should be addressed to the ManagementTransfers@facs.nsw.gov.au email address. FACS  do not represent they will adopt any feedback provided by CHPs (including any proposed alternate drafting) in preparing the final documentation for issue with the RFT. Groups and organisations with the technical capacity and interest in managing social housing and associated services are encouraged to register to access the SHMT Data Room.  The information in the SHMT Data Room provides prospective applicants with information about the properties of packages to be tendered under the SHMT Program. This will allow organisations to make an informed decision to tender for one or more of the packages being offered and inform the contents of their tender submission.   The Request for Tender documentation will be released at the commencement of the official SHMT Program RFT process and will be made available through the data room. It is anticipated that the RFT process will commence in March 2017.   To register for access to the SHMT Data Room, an entity must first complete the online Registration Form via the SHMT Program website: http://www.facs.nsw.gov.au/reforms/social-housing/management-transfer-program/registration-for-data-room Registrations for access to the SHMT Data Room will close at 5:00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (Sydney) on the final working day prior to the opening of the RFT process. This will be announced in early 2017.

Proposed ID FACS.16.186 Notice
Notice Published 14-Dec-2016
Expected Issue Date 20-Mar-2017
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Community and social services
Agency FACS Central Office
Last Updated: 2-Feb-2017 4:44pm

Department of Education - Corporate

eCatalogue Replacement

The Department of Education is seeking Expressions of Interest for the replacement of its electronic catalogue system.

Proposed ID DoE818982172
Notice Published 6-Feb-2017
Expected Issue Date 31-Mar-2017
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Procurement software
Agency Department of Education - Corporate
Last Updated: 7-Feb-2017 3:31pm

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