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Sydney Trains & NSW Trains / Proposed Tender List

Proposed tenders give early notice of possible business opportunities.


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Stadium Australia Redevelopment – Market Sounding Registration

The NSW Government is redeveloping Stadium Australia into a permanent rectangular venue with 70,000 seats. This redevelopment will move seats closer to the field of play and update the stadium to contemporary standards providing a world class experience for spectators and enhancing NSW’s position as a global and sporting destination.    INSW is currently in the process of determining the delivery strategy and project scope that is most likely to achieve the project objectives, including providing the greatest value for money for the people of NSW. The delivery strategy will include how the project will be taken to market in terms of contract packaging, methodology and sequencing, timing, duration and risk allocation.   While not part of a formal procurement process, the market sounding will be conducted in a structured manner. Participation in the market sounding process is encouraged but is entirely voluntary. Participation or non-participation in the market sounding will not advantage, disadvantage or preclude any appropriately skilled, experienced or qualified entity from participating in latter phases of the Stadium Australia Redevelopment Project.   In order to be considered to participate in the Stadium Australia Redevelopment market sounding an entity must meet annual turnover requirements and be experienced in the delivery of large-scale building, design and construct projects. Participation will be at the sole discretion of INSW.    

Proposed ID RFT-10026481
Notice Published 19-Sep-2019
Expected End Date 27-Sep-2019
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Stadium construction service
Agency Infrastructure NSW
Last Updated: 20-Sep-2019 12:39pm

Stadium Australia Redevelopment – Market Sounding Registration

The NSW Government is redeveloping Stadium Australia into a permanent rectangular venue with 70,000 seats. This redevelopment will move seats closer to the field of play and update the stadium to contemporary standards providing a world-class experience for spectators and enhancing NSW’s position as a global and sporting destination.  INSW is currently in the process of determining the delivery strategy and project scope that is most likely to achieve the project objectives, including providing the greatest value for money for the people of NSW. The delivery strategy will include how the project will be taken to market in terms of contract packaging, methodology and sequencing, timing, duration and risk allocation.   While not part of a formal procurement process, the market sounding will be conducted in a structured manner. Participation in the market sounding process is encouraged but is entirely voluntary. Participation or non-participation in the market sounding will not advantage, disadvantage or preclude any appropriately skilled, experienced or qualified entity from participating in latter phases of the Stadium Australia Redevelopment Project. In order to be considered to participate in the Stadium Australia Redevelopment market sounding an entity must meet annual turnover requirements and be experienced in the delivery of large-scale building, design and construct projects. Participation will be at the sole discretion of INSW.  

Proposed ID RFT-10026551
Notice Published 20-Sep-2019
Expected Issue Date 27-Sep-2019
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Stadium construction service
Agency Infrastructure NSW
Last Updated: 22-Sep-2019 1:22pm

Sydney Water Corporation Dewatering of Lagoons & Digesters

The rollout of Sydney Water’s Partnering for Success (P4S) program is entering an exciting new phase – Shared Purchasing.  Shared Purchasing simplifies how we and our asset delivery partners will procure certain defined goods and services that can’t be self-performed by the partners.  By pooling our purchasing in this manner, we’ll achieve economies of scale, increase our buying power and develop deeper relationships with preferred suppliers throughout the entire asset lifecycle.  

Proposed ID RFT-10026351
Notice Published 11-Sep-2019
Expected Issue Date 30-Sep-2019
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Industrial Cleaning Services
Agency Sydney Water Corporation
Last Updated: 13-Sep-2019 3:25pm

Sydney Water Corporation / Abrasive Blasting and Coating - Doc 1945542219

The rollout of Sydney Water’s Partnering for Success (P4S) program is entering an exciting new phase – Shared Purchasing.   Shared Purchasing simplifies how we and our asset delivery partners will procure certain defined goods and services that can’t be self-performed by the partners.   By pooling our purchasing in this manner, we’ll achieve economies of scale, increase our buying power and develop deeper relationships with preferred suppliers throughout the entire asset lifecycle.

Proposed ID RFT-10026241
Notice Published 2-Sep-2019
Expected Issue Date 30-Sep-2019
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Coating services
Agency Sydney Water Corporation
Last Updated: 2-Sep-2019 1:28pm

Department of Communities and Justice

Family Connect and Support Services

The Stronger Communities Investment Unit (SCIU), Their Futures Matter, is a whole of government landmark reform that aims at improving the outcomes of vulnerable children and families by ensuring they receive the right support at the right time . System Transformation is one of the components of the reform of the child and family system. The redesign extends and enhances work already underway across the sector and is aimed at redesigning the current access system to better align the needs of vulnerable families to child wellbeing service responses. System Transformation is planning to establish the Family Connect and Support Service. The service will focus efforts into proactive outreach , assessment, short term case planning and active holding to support vulnerable children, young people and families in NSW whose needs do not meet the threshold for statutory child protection intervention. Providers will need to demonstrate their capacity and commitment to: •  Provide flexible engagement approaches including proactive outreach and active holding using evidence informed child and family approaches. •  Facilitate strategic partnerships and strengthened referral pathways and play a lead role in local level alliance. •  Contribute to co-designing a Common Assessment Framework and practice tools. •  Commitment to work with Stronger Communities Investment Unit as the System Transformation reform progresses. •  Provide culturally responsive practice recognising local diversity and ensuring Aboriginal and CALD communities are supported. •  Participate and contribute to a Community of Practice. •  Promote workforce development, including building the Aboriginal workforce, and competency building in specific domains of family vulnerability. •  Use innovative practice to break down barriers to reach isolated families.   Invitation to participate in design workshops The Stronger Communities Investment Unit will be holding participatory design workshops with interested providers and relevant stakeholders to further develop and refine the Family Connect and Support service model. The formal procurement process will commence following the workshops. The planned dates and locations for the workshops are Wednesday 2 Oct 2019 in Parramatta and Thursday 3 Oct 2019 in Mascot.   Interested parties should contact the Systems Transformation team at TFM-SystemTransformation@theirfuturesmatter.nsw.gov.au indicating which workshop they would like to attend.   AT NOTE ON LOCATIONS – THE NSW REGIONS LISTED UNDER LOCATION REFLECT THAT THE PROGRAM IS INTENDED TO BE DELIVERED STATE - WIDE. THESE ARE NOT INTENDED TO BE A LIST OF SERVICE LOCATIONS. 

Proposed ID FACS.19.174.Notice
Notice Published 4-Sep-2019
Expected Issue Date 17-Oct-2019
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Community and social services
Agency Department of Communities and Justice
Last Updated: 20-Sep-2019 10:29am

CSNSW External Program Facilitators

Corrective Services NSW (CSNSW) is looking to engage additional External Program Facilitators to deliver a range of accredited behaviour change programs to offenders in custody and the community. CSNSW are looking for individuals who are able to work independently and with a high level of integrity. Individuals who are trained and have worked in the humanities sector or adult education are encouraged to apply. Ideally, applicants will have an understanding of evidence based practice underlying offender services and programs, and related administrative processes such as detailed record keeping. CSNSW will provide training (if required) and ongoing assessment and support. CSNSW External Facilitators are paid for each program delivered, for time spent preparing sessions and for session debriefs. Note that External Facilitation work with CSNSW is casual in nature and facilitators are engaged on an as-needs basis. CSNSW does not guarantee a minimum number of program facilitation hours.

Proposed ID DJ2019-23A
Notice Published 24-Jul-2019
Expected Issue Date 24-Oct-2019
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Education and Training Services
Agency Department of Communities and Justice
Last Updated: 24-Jul-2019 11:57am

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