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NSW Health / Proposed Tender List

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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FACS Central Office

Opportunity Pathways Program

The Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) is introducing programs as part of the Future Directions for Social Housing in NSW strategy, which is the NSW Government’s vision for social housing over the next 10 years. The Opportunity Pathways Program is designed for clients living in social housing, receiving Rent Choice subsidies, being assisted by Specialist Homelessness Services, or on the NSW Housing Register. The program is voluntary and uses a person-centred case management approach to facilitate participants’ access to services to achieve economic and housing independence (where appropriate). Participants will be assessed and then assisted with the following: Pre-employment Preparation – assisting clients with significant barriers to employment through individualised support and referral to specialist services or literacy, numeracy or language training. Employment Support  - providing client-centred, tailored assistance to support participants build capacity and resilience and achieve agreed employment goals. Includes practical assistance, skills development, links to training and local employment opportunities, supported vocational training, and support sustaining employment. Housing Independence Outcome ? involves a voluntary agreement between a participant, a housing provider and a support provider to assist participants work towards exiting social housing assistance.   Participants receive tailored services and supports to overcome barriers to independence, increase work readiness, engage in education and employment and move to housing independence. Please monitor the www.tender.nsw.gov.au website in the current section for the publication of this proposed Tender named Opportunity Pathways Program or contact the person noted below for further details.

Proposed ID FACS.18.30.Notice
Notice Published 23-Feb-2018
Expected Issue Date 29-Jun-2018
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Community and social services
Last Updated: 30-Apr-2018 8:36am

Total Apparel Management

Proposed Tender Details The NSW Department of Justice will be approaching the market with the aim of establishing a new contract for a Total Apparel Management Solution on behalf of the following divisions and agencies operating within its Cluster: •  Corrective Services NSW •  NSW Sheriff’s Office •  NSW Juvenile Justice •  NSW Rural Fire Service •  NSW State Emergency Services   The contracted solution will be for end to end management including design and specification as required, through to ethical sourcing, manufacture, purchase to pay and management systems. The solution requires consistent quality control including look, feel and longevity throughout the contracted period with continual in-contract improvement to ensure the business objective is met.   The Business Objective is that appropriate staff* are always correctly attired to perform their duties safely and professionally, to: •  Enable identification of Government officers and representatives •  Support staff members’ comfort, welfare and safety •  Develop and maintain inclusiveness and belonging for our staff •  Enhance staff members’ personal pride, and respect for colleagues •  Develop public support and regard within the community •  Comply with Government Legislation *includes official paid and unpaid staff at all levels.   Indicative Product Requirements Garments and accessories include items such as: •  Belts, •  Badges and Badge Cloths, •  Blouses, •  Cuff links, •  Epaulettes & Embroidery, •  Footwear-boots, shoes, inserts, socks •  Gloves, •  Gorgets, •  Headwear-beanies, caps, hats, •  ID wallets, •  Jackets-general, mess, rain, •  Lanyards, •  Long johns, •  Medals, •  Overalls, •  Pullovers, •  Shirts-L/S sleeves, polo, •  Shoulder bars, •  Skirts, general, mess, •  Slacks, •  Spencer tops, •  Ties, tie tacs and pins, •  Trousers-drill, cargo, rain, •  Tunics, •  Vests-load bearing   Garments will be required across a wide range of sizes for men and women as applicable.   Please note that this list of existing garments and accessories are an indication of the type and range of items to be provided and managed. A detailed list of existing garments and accessories will be made available as part of the tender documentation.   The successful supplier will also be required to assist in developing some additional items to meet operational needs including a new uniform range for Juvenile Justice.   Project Status and Plan: Research is currently underway to inform the procurement (including sourcing and contract) strategies. Upon which the plan and timeline will be finalised. A new solution and contract will be implemented during 2019.

Proposed ID DJ2018-94
Notice Published 7-May-2018
Expected Issue Date 1-Aug-2018
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Uniforms
Last Updated: 8-May-2018 2:11pm

FACS Central Office

Children and Young People with Complex Disability

Notification of upcoming tender process for the Care of Children and Young People with Complex Disabilities Introduction FACS will commence an open tender process to provide support to children and young people with complex disabilities. It is envisaged that this process will commence in early 2018 with new contracts commencing in late 2018. This tender will be open to all service providers, including those who were not successful in the Intensive Therapeutic Care (ITC) Expression of Interest (EOI) stage, or those currently involved in the ITC Request for Tender (RFT). Background FACS commenced a two stage procurement process for ITC in November 2016. This procurement is to reform the existing Residential Care service system. In May 2017, FACS paused the RFT stage of the ITC procurement to enable additional interactive dialogue with RFT Respondents to provide greater visibility of key reform parameters which will underpin RFT responses. During the interactive meetings, a recurring theme was the inability of the new ITC model to cater for the needs of children and young people in statutory out of home care with complex disabilities. Their needs are ongoing and significantly different to other children and young people in residential care. Trauma informed services such as ITC are designed specifically to address trauma and its impact in order to facilitate recovery. However in all aspects of service delivery, ITC may not be the model to cater for children with complex disabilities. FACS will now commence a separate procurement process for these children and young people. Cohort identification The children and young people in this alternative service model are unlikely to step-down to less intensive care pathways, as framed by the ITC system. FACS expects there are a small group of under 50 children and young people in the current statutory out of home care service system in NSW that may become eligible for this service model. They are identified as having extreme functional impairment and/or very high support needs that have substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities and require specialised and intensive supports to maintain stability in their care arrangements. They may not be able to respond to the practices of ITC and may have complexities that pose significant risks to themselves and others and, as a result, will require ongoing care and disability support even after they turn 18 years of age. Next steps A tendering process for the model of care will be undertaken in 2018 after a period of consultation with the sector to facilitate the development of a service model. The model will be designed so that the services a child or young person with a complex disability receives are always determined by their assessed needs and focused on safety, permanency and well-being outcomes.  If your agency did not participate in the ITC EOI or RFT, and currently provides placements for FACS funded special care or other out-of-contract placements, you are encouraged to participate in this tendering process. Further information will be provided in early 2018, so that all service providers have time to consider their positions.

Proposed ID FACS.17.247
Notice Published 15-Dec-2017
Expected Issue Date 31-Dec-2018
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Community and social services
Last Updated: 15-Dec-2017 1:42pm

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