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Department of Education - Corporate

Enhancing the public policy impact of NSW Universities

The NSW Department of Education will be seeking expressions of interest from NSW universities to partner in the establishment of an independent, Public Policy Institute. This supports the NSW Government’s commitment to enhancing the NSW university sector’s research engagement with critical government public policy issues to make an impact for NSW. The Institute would be an independent, not-for-profit organisation established with an initial endowment from a combination of public and private sources and not requiring ongoing government support.  The NSW Government will be seeking to provide a contribution of up to $10 million to the endowment fund.  It is anticipated that the expression of interest process will be conducted through eTenders opening from Monday 14th January 2019 for approximately 4 weeks. The department will seek direct negotiations with interested parties as a result of the EOI process.

Proposed ID RFT-10020331
Notice Published 14-Dec-2018
Expected Issue Date 14-Jan-2019
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Educational institutions
Last Updated: 14-Dec-2018 3:21pm

Department of Education - Corporate

School Planning, Reporting and Policy Implementation Tool - Notice to Tender

School Planning, Reporting and Policy Implementation Tool

Proposed ID DoE1500260487
Notice Published 10-Dec-2018
Expected End Date 17-Jan-2019
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Business function specific software
Last Updated: 10-Dec-2018 6:38pm

Expressions of Interest IT Managed Services, NSW Department of Justice

The Department of Justice will be issuing an Expression of Interest (EOI) under NSW Government ICT Services 0020 Scheme for the provision of ICT Managed Services.   This EOI will only be open to Advanced pre-qualified organisation(s) registered under any of the following categories: C04PTa GovDC Platform as a Service (PaaS) C04PTs Platform as a Service (PaaS) C05PTa GovDC Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) C05PTs Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)   Additionally, the EOI can only be accessed via the department‘s tendering system, Procurement Central.  To participate in the above EOI opportunity, please register on https://justice.bravosolution.com/web/login.html .   The registration on Procurement Central closes at 5 pm on 4 January 2019. Organisations who have not registered on Procurement Central by 4 January 2019 will not be able to access the EOI once it is released.   If you have issues with the registration process, please contact the Helpdesk via phone: +61 (0)2 8072 0644 or customersupport@bravosolution.com .   If you have already registered on to Procurement Central, you are not required to register again.   The anticipated timing for EOI release is approximately mid-January 2019.   To register under the NSW Government ICT Services 0020 Scheme, please contact NSW Procurement Service Centre   Telephone:    1800 679 289 Email:           nswbuy@finance.nsw.gov.au Web:              www.procurepoint.nsw.gov.au

Proposed ID Prj222
Notice Published 7-Dec-2018
Expected Issue Date 18-Jan-2019
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Information technology consultation services
Last Updated: 17-Dec-2018 10:02am

FACS Central Office

Casework Support Scheme (previously Non-Placement Support Scheme)

This notification is issued to announce the intentions of The Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) to undertake an open tender for the provision of the Casework Support Scheme (CSS) services over three years – previously provided through Non-Placement Support Scheme (NPSS). The CSS represents refinements and improvements to the current system – NPSS. Through this procurement process, FACS seeks to establish a panel of approved service providers to deliver a suite of clearly defined, sustainable, quality and child safe, fee-for-services that support Case Workers to meet the needs of children and young people in FACS managed OOHC placements. Children and young people in FACS managed out-of-home care need a range of services to meet their needs, beyond what is provided in their placement. These include services that facilitate connections and relationships through contact and respite and assistance through provision of mentoring and transportation services. Support services that will be available under CSS play an important role in maintaining children and young people’s contact with family by creating foundation for restoration and in meeting the broader needs of children and young people. New as well as existing suppliers can participate in the open tender.  

Proposed ID FACS.18.257.Notice
Notice Published 6-Nov-2018
Expected Issue Date 29-Jan-2019
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Community and social services
Last Updated: 17-Dec-2018 2:53pm

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