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HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: UPDATE OF NURSERY INDUSTRY WEED RISK ASSESSMENT TOOL (NY16006).
Horticulture Innovation Australia (Hort Innovation) is seeking a suitably qualified, experienced and capable service provider to undertake the project:
Update of nursery industry Weed Risk Assessment Tool (NY16006).
You can view the current tool here: http://plantrisktool.com.au/
The objectives of Program are to:· review the 1,000 plants in the tool
· identify gaps in the tool
· expand the tool to include new plant material
· carry out an update of the website
· communicate the value of the tool through the nursery industry's existing communication pathways.
The intended outcome of the project is that nursery growers will have access to information about the weediness potential of a greater number of plants, and that this will be a useful marketing tool for increasing sales in the industry.
Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties.
This RFP and documentation may be downloaded from: www.tenders.net
(you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access).
The closing date for responses is Thursday 23 February 2017 at 5.00pm (AEST).
Documents available from Internet Site: http://horticulture.com.au/tenders/
BLACKTOWN CITY COUNCIL. ONLINE 'SELF-SERVE' DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION WEBSITE SERVICES.
Request for tender no: C47/2016.
Blacktown City Council invites tenders for a contract for the effective and reliable supply of online 'self-serve' demographic information website services including Australian Bureau of Statistics Census profiling, mapping, forecast projections and economic data.
The initial period of the Contract will be for 3 years with an option in favour of Council for a further period of 2 x 1 year extensions subject to satisfactory performance, and Council requirements. Council is not bound to accept any or the lowest tender. Information:
Please direct any enquires to Carol Ashworth, Team Leader Social Planning on 9839-6420 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Tenders close on 22 February 2017 at 2.00 pm Sydney time. Documentation: Prospective tenderers can download the documents from www.tenders.nsw.gov.au/wsroc
Lodgement: Tenders should be lodged in accordance with the instructions in the Tender documentation. Canvassing of any Council members or officers will disqualify tenderers from the tender process.
BAYSIDE CITY COUNCIL. INTRANET TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM.
Request for tender CON/16/63.
Tenders are invited for the provision of an intranet technology platform. The scope of services includes: · Software installation and configuration Implementation support throughout the duration of the initial project
· Look and feel incorporating design style guide for desktop, tablet and mobile
· Provision of train-the-trainer plus training manual
· Go live and post implementation support
Detailed information architecture and wireframes for desktop, tablet and mobile will be supplied by Council.
Tender documents can be obtained by visiting Council's e-tendering website www.tendersearch.com.au/bayside
All tenders must be received by 2.00 pm Wednesday 15 February 2017.
Tender submissions must be submitted electronically via www.tendersearch.com.au/bayside
Bayside City Council is not bound to accept the lowest or any tender.
DOUGLAS SHIRE COUNCIL. FARE COLLECTION NETWORK AT DAINTREE RIVER FERRY. REQUEST FOR QUOTATION (Public).
Tender Code DSC006152.
Description: The Daintree River is located within the Douglas Shire and the only means of vehicular transport across the river is by the Daintree River Ferry, which is a cable ferry. The service provided by the Daintree River Ferry is an essential service providing connectivity between the northern and southern parts of the Douglas Shire Council and further north to the Wujal Wujal Shire and the Cook Shire via the Bloomfield Track. The Daintree River Ferry is a vital component of the Council's road network and to ensure the effective and efficient transport of vehicles across the river, a robust, reliable and innovative fare collection network is paramount.
What is Required:
Council is seeking to install a fare collection network that is:· concise, contemporary and compliant;
· user friendly particularly for ferry staff who are the 'front of office' operators;
· robust hardware that can be operated in the various weather conditions experienced in the tropics;
· that delivers innovative options for the consumer including but not limited to on-line ticket purchases, off-site ticket purchases and at the same time meeting all contractual requirements between Council and the ferry operator;
· greater use of technology to automate current manual procedures including validation of fares / concessional travel;
· creates efficiencies at time of travel (including accurate collection of statistical data) and through reconciliation and back office administration; and
· provides real time access by Council staff to the receipting process and comprehensive reporting options.
Although the receipting at the Daintree River Ferry is Council's main priority, Council also operates the Wonga Beach Caravan Park and it would be desirable, but not essential, if the fare collection for the caravan park could utilise the same system.
Enquiries: Lloyd Nunns, telephone: (07) 4099-9505, (07) 4099-9444.
Tender closes at 2:00pm Brisbane time 15 February 2017.
Submit your response in hardcopy at 64-66 Front Street, Mossman.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://lgtenderbox.com.au/tender/display/tender-details.do?id=6152&action=display-tender-details
North Sydney Council (Council) is investigating how products such as the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) will deliver a digital transformation platform that will allow NSC to produce online Adaptive Forms that facilitate:
- Responsive design with Adaptive Forms (available on any device)
- Compliance with at least Level AWeb Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0
- A guided questioning user experience
- Forms catalogue
- ECM Integration
- Credit Card Payment Integration to CBA Bpoint payment site
- Can be used for both internal and external forms
We are also open to considering alternative methods of achieving the same outcome that are not AEM based.
Works to be delivered under this Contract comprise:
1. Virtual Server Build and configure
2. Credit Card Payment integration to CBA Bpoint payment site
3. ECM integration (with Intellectual rights of the API connector being part of the contract and reside with Council). Note this will require a Non Disclosure Agreement with TechnologyOne to access the CMIS.
4. Responsive design with Adaptive Forms (available on any device for example, PC Desktops, Tablets, Laptops, Smart Devices like Ipads, Iphones and Androids) with at least Level A Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0 Standard) for the following rationalised forms:
i) Informal access to NSC information
ii) Garden Greens Waste Bin Application
iii) Install 'no parking signage' and line marking for driveways
iv) Permit for workzone
That incorporate a guided questioning user experience
5. Forms Catalogue
6. Reusable Fragments
7. Fees and Charges Integration. (Table provided from that system)
8. Property Integration to Civica's Authority solution
9. Email with PDF attachment
10. Applicant's agreement and signature
11. Registered services for Author and Publish sites on the server
12. Provision of an analytics dashboard and reports
13. Provide a skills transfer session at the completion of the implementation
Documents can be downloaded for free (see option below). Alternatively, documents can be purchased from Council's Customer Service Counter for $300.
A Pre-Quotation meeting will be held on WEDNESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 2017, commencing at 10:00am at North Sydney Council in the Council Chambers.
Tenders will close at 4pm, TUESDAY 14 FEBRUARY 2017.
Inquiries may be directed to the Project Co-ordinator, Karen Rowe using the online forum.
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FAIR WORK COMMISSION. ECASE TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS AND IMPLEMENTATION SERVICES.
ATM ID: FWC16/17-4502.
Agency: Fair Work Commission.
Close Date & Time: 13 February 2017 at 4.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
ATM Type: Request for Tender.
Description: The Fair Work Commission (Commission) is seeking to replace the existing case management system. The Commission is inviting tenders for the provision of a web enabled case management system and the associated implementation and support services.
The Commission has identified the requirements for the provision of products and services in the Request for Tender documentation.
The Commission will be conducting an industry briefing concerning the RFT. Details of the industry briefing are:
16 December 2016, 8.45 am - 10.30 am
Level 6, Courtroom 1, 11 Exhibition Street, Melbourne 3000
Attendance at the industry briefing is optional; however Tenderers are encouraged to attend.
Tenderers will need to provide written notice to the Contact Officer no later than 12.00 pm EST 15 December 2016 setting out the names and contact details for all persons who will be attending the industry briefing.
Timeframe for Delivery: Commencement April 2017.
Address for Lodgement: Responses must be lodged electronically via AusTender - www.tenders.gov.au
Contact Details: Subha Chandar. P: (03) 8656-4891. E: email@example.com
This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:
CHIEF MINISTER, TREASURY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORATE. WHOLE OF GOVERNMENT CREATIVE SERVICES PANEL.
Directorate/Agency: Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate.
Request for Tender (RFT) Number: 27954.110.
Description: The Territory is undertaking an open Request for Tender (RFT) process to engage suitably qualified organisations to form a Creative Services Panel for the Territory.
Contact: Tenders ACT Team. Type: Tenders Help Desk. Phone: (02) 6207-7377. Email: tendersACT@act.gov.au
Responses: Closes on Thursday 9 February 2017 at 2.00 pm AEDT Canberra, ACT.
Documents available from Internet Site:
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. WHOLE OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GOVCMS DRUPAL SERVICES PANEL.
ATM ID: FIN/017/2016.
Agency: Department of Finance.
Close Date & Time: 3 February 2017 at 2.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
Location: ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, WA, QLD, NT, TAS.
ATM Type: Request for Tender.
Description: The govCMS Drupal Services Panel will provide Drupal application development services, and a number of fixed-price packages to help eligible agencies build, maintain and enhance their websites.
The following types of agencies are eligible to use this panel:· Non-Corporate Commonwealth Entities
· Corporate Commonwealth Entities
· State, Territory and Local Government bodies
· Other government organisations approved by Finance as eligible to use govCMS hosting services
Successful tenderers will be asked to provide the following Drupal services:
a. Solution Design and Technical Architecture Advisory Services;
b. Provisioning of Drupal Application Programming Services;
c. Build and Migration Services;
d. Quality Assurance Services;
e. Integration Services;
f. Application Support Services;
g. Documentation Services; and
h. Agile Services.
Additional (optional) fixed-price packages of Drupal services that may be offered include:
a. Website assessments and advisory services;
b. Website re-hosting and installation services;
c. Drupal theme development and enhancement services;
d. Content migration and consolidation services;
e. Site audits and technical review services; and
f. On-going technical support services.
Successful tenderers will be required to pay a Central Administration Fee to Finance but may recovery these monies from Agencies.
Other Instructions: Refer to the govCMS Drupal Services Panel RFT documentation.
Timeframe for Delivery: Panel will be in operation to 30 June 2019 + two optional 12 month extensions.
Address for Lodgement: Electronic lodgement of tender responses via AusTender, www.tenders.gov.au
Contact Details: Tender Officer. E: firstname.lastname@example.org
This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:
Council require an Aquatic and Leisure centres system operated by the Recreation Community and Culture Section in Shoalhaven Council. The solution should have all the functionality of an aquatic centre but also cater for other leisure operations such as a gymnasium and indoor sports centre.
URBAN RENEWAL AUTHORITY (trading as RENEWAL SA).
ADVERTISING, DESIGN, MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION SERVICES FOR THE SQUARE, WOODVILLE WEST. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL.
Tender Code: URA040490.
Enquiries: Kirsty Stone, email: Kirsty.Stone2@sa.gov.au
Tender closes at 2:00pm Adelaide time 31st January 2017.
Submit your response in hardcopy at Level 9 West, Riverside Centre North Terrace, Adelaide.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.tenders.sa.gov.au/tenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?id=40490&action=display-tender-details
The University of New South Wales currently uses TRIM version 7.3.3 which is managed and delivered in house. This version will reach end of life by May 31, 2017 and will therefore need to be upgraded to the current version. UNSW will use this opportunity to have the upgraded version of TRIM delivered 'as a Service' and is inviting interested parties to submit a tender response to supply TRIM EDMRSaaS as a managed service.
Established in 1949, the University of New South Wales is one of Australia's leading research and teaching universities. UNSW is a founding member of the Group of Eight research intensive universities in Australia. For more information about UNSW, please refer to the website at www.unsw.edu.au
By 2025, UNSW will be Australia's global university and a leading research and teaching-intensive university as a result of the UNSW 2025 Strategy launched late last year. UNSW aspires to improve and transform lives through excellence in research, outstanding education and commitment to advancing a just society.
Key to achieving these goals is enabling our constituent-facing staff to have a single, shared, 360 degree view of our constituents. This requires UNSW to migrate onto a single, shared, Enterprise TRIM software platform that we will acquire and deploy on a SaaS model.
UNSW currently use TRIM version which will reach effective end of life May 31, 2017. The successful tenderer will be required to satisfy the main objective of
i) Deliver TRIM as an EDMRSaaS by the due date of 30 June 2017,
ii) Be able to supply the whole of service. UNSW will not accept any outsourced arrangements.
Opus has issued this Request For Proposal (RFP) to identify vendor(s) for the provision of a SaaS P2P System and Related Services for Opus globally.
Responses must be received at Opus by 12.00pm, Friday 27 January 2017, and project implementation activities are expected to start by 1 June 2017.
REQUEST FOR Information for the supply of Business Information Systems (ERP, CRM, Supply Chain)
Document Number: BIS-2017
Document dated: 23 January 2017
Closing date for responses: 26 January 2017
1. Organisation background
Bio-Strategy Limited (BSL) is an established distributor, of scientific products and services, in the Australasian market. Built on a culture of innovation the Bio-Strategy team values of "EXCELLENCE - INTEGRITY - TEAM" are reflected in the relationships it builds with its customers and suppliers.
To deliver technology to the university, medical, research, and industrial markets
Operating across New Zealand and Australia, Bio-Strategy distributes high quality, competitively priced products from a select group of suppliers, dealing with applications in the research, diagnostic and biotechnology industries.
Their ability to listen, understand and deliver solutions to their customers, supported by integrated systems for customer service, sales, technical service, logistics, and accounting are key elements of the BSL strategy.
2. Request for Information
2.1 Objective and process
The objective of this Request for Information (RFI) is to identify fit for purpose organisations to engage in a close RFP for the supply of Business Information Systems that will best meet the requirements of Bio-Strategy.
You are invited to provide information in response to this document about your business and products/services, methodology you follow for systems implementation, data migration and testing, with associated indicative prices and timelines. This information will be used to assist with the high-level assessment and evaluation of your organisation, products and services in relation to our requirements.
Following this RFI, selected organisations will be invited to participate in a closed Request for Proposal (RFP) process. During this process, on execution of confidentiality agreements, BSL will provide detailed information on existing business processes and target operating model, participate in Q and A sessions, with the objective of receiving a detailed proposal covering the solution, costs and detailed implementation and migration plan.
3. Current State and RFI requirements
3.1 Current state
BSL operates from over ten locations in New Zealand and Australia, with projected staff numbers of 150 relying on the following business functions and systems as per Figure 1 - BSL Existing systems:
- Sales teams plan and execute the sales activities using Salesforce. Manual and automated processes have been customized. Minimal integration between the financial system and Salesforce currently.
- Customer service and technical service teams use a combination of Salesforce, word, excel and email.
- Logistics and finance utilise the existing financial system together with word, excel and email
- Payroll utilises Comac
- B2B integration is used for processing orders and invoices for various customers
- 3PL warehousing is used and integrated into the current financial system
Figure 1 - BSL Existing systems - see attached document
BSL has a number of current system limitations that need to be addressed in order to achieve its business objectives. Required capabilities centre around workflow and rule based automation, integration of CRM and ERP systems and new systems capabilities such as e-commerce, e-commerce integration and HR capability.
3.2 RFI Requirements
Current systems and processes are becoming a challenge and have been identified as a barrier to organisation growth. To maintain information integrity, data accuracy and to support the growth of the organisation BSL has initiated a project to replace current systems and migrate to a future proofed operating model.
Target state sees the organisation operating as four companies (two in each country) with all or most of the business functions in one system incorporating ERP and CRM. Integration to 3PL and other systems such as UniMarket will still be required. New functionality such as HR capability with self-service portal, e-commerce, workflow automation, reporting/business intelligence and dashboard.
BSL's strong preference is that the proposed solution is cloud based or should the respondents propose a hosted solution it will be a 'turn-key solution' where BSL receives and consumes business applications and any infrastructure (networks, servers, applications, databases) is managed by the respondent.
Respondents are encouraged to outline what an overall solution would look like and what business processes will take place in each proposed component of the solution.
The RFI requirement is for respondents to provide information on:
A. Respondent's organisation, experience with similar projects, products and services it offers
B. Outline of a proposed Solution to cover BSL current and future business functions
C. Estimated costs, timeline and approach to deliver the proposed Solution, systems, products and services covered within the scope of this RFI are the supply of:
- A Solution that will support BSL business processes and allow the organisation to grow
- Outline of implementation services that are required to get the Solution established; including interface configuration and/or development (if required);
- Outline of migration activities (including data migration, testing, documentation, go-live) from current systems to proposed Solution;
- Your approach to preparation of documentation required to enable staff or support parties to use, maintain, configure and/or enhance the solution;
- Your approach to preparation of training materials and any training required for the staff to utilize the Solution;
- Describe available on-going Solution maintenance, upgrades and enhancements together with Service Desk availability and coverage
To help us understand your organisation capability and services offered please tailor your responses.
4. Timeline and your response
Please notify us of your intent to respond by e-mail to Kate Thompson; email@example.com
Your full responses are required no later than close of business day 26th January 2017.
The selected parties to continue through the RFP process will be notified end of business day January 27th.
CITY OF PARRAMATTA, INVITATION TO TENDER No. ITT 39/2016.
Parramatta River Flood Information System.
ABOUT THE COUNCIL:
The City of Parramatta Council is located 24 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD and provides a range of goods and services within a local government area (LGA) encompassing some 82 square kilometres and comprises a population of approximately 215,725 people from a range of diverse cultures, lifestyles and experiences.
ABOUT THE TENDER:
Tenders are invited for the services of an experienced consultant group to create a flood information system for the Parramatta River. This tender aims to fulfill its objectives through the deliverables set out below but is not restricted to them. City of Parramatta Council is willing to consider innovative solutions if these fulfill the same role as or exceed the deliverable requirements stated below:· A web based data portal accessible to all partner organisations and the hub for viewing all information.
· A forecasting tool capable of incorporating all catchment gauges, forecast and model data to predict potential outcomes, impacts and provide forecast inundation mapping.
· Definition of forecast or actual, trigger levels and lead times relating to a predetermined list of up to 40 risk areas and operational responses.
· An alerting tool with automatic alerting functionality for partners and manually activated alerting for opt in public and business customers.
· An iFrame web page within the data portal which shows a map of all gauges, and has functionality to show recent levels and other key information.
· Ongoing support and maintenance of systems.
· Training of staff and training materials.
· Technical documents and a report on all aspects of the system including forecasting methodology.
· A PowerPoint presentation for publicity purposes.
· A 2 year warranty on all aspects of the system.
Note: A non-mandatory site meeting is proposed at 10am till 12pm on Wednesday 21st December 2016 at City of Parramatta Council Office 126 Church Street, Parramatta, NSW, 2150 Level 12 Boardroom.
REGISTRATION: Tender documents may be obtained (see option below).
ENQUIRIES: Enquiries should be directed to:-
1. via the online forum (see option below) or,
2. email: firstname.lastname@example.org or,
3. by phone to Council's Procurement Advisor, Noel Clarke on 9806-5379, (please note that Council requires all enquiries for advice with regard to a specific tender to be submitted in writing.)
Please Note: The Tender Forum, both Tenderlink & email@example.com closes 2 business days before the Tender closing date.
Completed responses can be submitted via the electronic tender box (see option below) or in a sealed envelope and endorsed with the tender title, number, and closing date, and placed in the Tender Box located at Parramatta City Council's Customer Services Centre, Ground Floor, 126 Church Street, Parramatta NSW 2150 by 10.00am Friday 20th January 2017.
CLOSING DATE AND TIME: Tenders close at 10.00am, Friday 20th January 2017, and submissions must be fully received by this time. The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be accepted, and any action or contact that may be considered as an attempt to influence a decision of Councillors or Staff shall disqualify the relevant tender. Late, verbal or emailed submissions will not be accepted.
HEART FOUNDATION. TENDER FOR HEALTHY BUILT FOOD ENVIRONMENTS - CONTENT DEVELOPMENT & REFINEMENT.
The Heart Foundation (WA Division) invites suitably experienced and qualified consultants to tender for the development of a standalone Health Built Food Environments (HBFE) design feature, to be incorporated within the existing Health Active by Design (HAbD) tool, www.healthyactivebydesign.com.au
It is intended that the HBFE design feature will assist planners, urban designers, developers, and those working with these professionals (e.g. Health Promotion Officers), across Western Australia in planning for improved accessibility and availability of healthy food.
The successful consultant(s) will be appointed to further develop and refine existing HBFE content and resources ready for translation into web-based materials by 31 May 2017. Interested applicants must demonstrate expertise from academia and industry. Collaborative proposals are welcome.
The contract will be offered for 4 months starting 7th February 2017.
For a copy of the project brief contact, email: Angela.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9382-5942.
For further information contact, email: email@example.com or call 9382-5904.
The tender deadline is 4:00pm on 23 January 2017.
The City of Casey (Principal) is seeking to partner with an experienced executive media producer to develop a suite of creative and engaging digital content programs to be installed on an interactive audio-visual (AV) touch wall at Bunjil Place; a new arts, cultural and civic precinct currently under construction in Narre Warren, Victoria.
Cairns Regional Council is seeking submissions from a variety of suitably experienced professionals to provide services associated with events and conferences, media services, communication, advertising, marketing and public relations, to be included on Council's Register of Pre-qualified Suppliers (ROPS).
Pre-Tender Briefing: Tenderers will be invited during the tender period to attend a supplier presentation at Cairns Regional Council. Further details and venue will be confirmed at a later date.
Enquiries: Tender enquiries, questions or clarifications should be directed via the online forum. Council officers are unable to respond to verbal enquiries in relation to the tender. The forum will close five (5) days prior to the tender closing time and date. Please ensure that all questions, information requests and clarifications are posted prior to this time.
Lodgement of Submissions: Completed responses must be lodged by uploading the submission to Tenderlink, using the response forms within the tender documentation.
We strongly recommend that you begin uploading your tender submission files at least two (2) hours BEFORE tender closing.
Closing Time and Date: The tender closes at 4.30 pm on Tuesday 20 December 2016. Submissions must be fully received by this time. Late, verbal or emailed tenders will not be accepted.
Submissions will not be opened publicly. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Council reserve the right to change the tender specifications prior to making a decision on the submissions received in response to this invitation.
Council may invite all Tenderers to change their submission to take into account any change in the tender specifications.
For technical issues or general assistance to register, download documents or upload your tender submission on this website, please contact TenderLink Support Help Desk on 1800 233-533 or email (see option below).
HEALTHALLIANCE N.Z. LIMITED. AUCKLAND REGIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH - WEBSITE REDEVELOPMENT.
RFx ID: 18128273. Reference # : P16 - 220.
Close Date: Tuesday, 17 January 2017, 3:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00).
Request for Proposals (RFP).
Overview: Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) is seeking a vendor who will be responsible for the development of a new ARPHS website on the All of Government's Common Web Platform, using SilverStripe. The successful respondent will also be expected to train two ARPHS content managers on how to use and maintain the new site and provide limited support services post go live.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please refer to the GETS Internet Site below (free to register) for all contact information and/or documentation relating to this tender notice: https://www.gets.govt.nz/HA/ExternalTenderDetails.htm?id=18128273
MINISTRY OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. SOCIAL INVESTMENT UNIT - PROCUREMENT OF LEAD DATA INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES.
RFx ID: 18212547.
Close Date: Monday 16 January 2017 at 5.00 pm.
Request for Proposals (RFP).
Overview: The SIU was established as a centralised function to advance and embed a social investment approach across the social sector, complementing investment activities already underway in a number of agencies.
This is a unique opportunity to change the way New Zealand's social sector data is shared. Leading the way internationally, the Data Exchange will enable agencies to control what data they share, when and with whom, securely and in near real time.
This RFP relates to the procurement of services i.e. the position of Lead, Data Infrastructure.
The Lead Data Infrastructure is responsible for developing an infrastructure that enables the flow of individual data from one system to another - to move and exchange data from those who collect it, to those who need it, and to support investment decision making in a safe and secure way.
We are seeking:· a supplier with significant experience leading IT development projects, particularly with a strategic / creative opportunities lens
· proven capability to manage relationships, ideally in shared services space
· someone with experience leading transformational projects / programmes or experience within a 'start-up' organisation
· previous people leadership experience is required, especially at a senior/executive level
· a supplier with a solid understanding of both the machinery of government, and private and Non-Government Organisations.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please refer to the GETS Internet Site below (free to register) for all contact information and/or documentation relating to this tender notice:
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