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Most Recently Closed Business Opportunities
Leasing & Finance Tenders / RFQ / RFT / EOI / RFP
Supply Managed Services for any or all of: Data Protection, Multi-factor Authentication, Privileged Access Management, Detection & Response, Perimeter Protection, Network Security and Vulnerability Management.
PENINSULA HEALTH. PROVISION OF EMR POINT OF CARE DEVICES AND MAINTENANCE.
Tender Number: 2017-11
Description: Peninsula Health is looking to procure Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Point of Care Devices and associated equipment maintenance to replace, either as an entire fleet or in a phased manner, the current fleet of devices used for this purpose.
To this end, Peninsula Health is seeking financial options, covering both capital and lease based acquisition for approximately 215 clinical quality Workstation On Wheels (WOWs) and 55 clinical quality Tablets, with the potential that the procurement may be phased over an 18-month period of time, spanning upcoming Financial Years.
Ideally Peninsula Health is looking for a complete service delivery model inclusive of extended warranty to cover a 5-year period along with regular maintenance service of the WOWs and a program to manage both the Tablet and WOW batteries over the 5-year period.
Responses: Closes on Mon, 13 November 2017, 2:00 PM AEDT Melbourne, Victoria.
Enquiries: All questions in relation to this tender, should be addressed to:· Jo O'Grady, Type: Technical. Email: email@example.com
· Ben Lee, Type: Technical. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The online forum provides a place to comment and obtain further clarification if needed. In order to submit a post you must log in & download the documents. Comments cannot be posted after Wednesday, 1st November 2017, 10:00 AM AEDT Melbourne, Victoria.
Documents available from Internet Site https://www.tenders.vic.gov.au/tenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?id=10014&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3F%24%7Brequest.queryString%7D
Essential Energy is seeking a request for quotation (RFQ) from suitably qualified organisations listed on the NSW State Government Contract Pre-Qualification Scheme, (POS P01 Fixed, Mobile, Satellite, Networking Equipment Category- Advanced List) in relation to purchasing of CISCO Equipment for Essential Energy Telecommunications Department as per the technical specifications.
For more detailed information refer to the specifications provided with this RFQ.
RFQ enquiries should be directed via the online forum (see option below).
Respondents will receive a Successful Submission Receipt timed and dated upon completion.
The tender notice for this RFQ has the following options:
* Download the tender documents for this notice.
* Post Questions or comments on the online forum.
* Complete the Online Response Form.
* Print this notice.
Using these links you can download the tender documents INCLUDING INSTRUCTIONS for how to respond to this tender electronically.
Please refer to the file !READ FIRST TENDERLINK INSTRUCTIONS.
If you continue having difficulties please contact Tenderlink support - email@example.com or 1800 233533.
Tauranga City Council will only be accepting electronic RFX submissions from our contractors and suppliers from 3rd October 2017 from our new etendering portal: www.tenderlink.com/tauranga Please note this will not be live until 28 September 2017.
This will mean that for all RFXs issued after this date, TCC will accept digital submissions through TCC's new TenderLink portal: www.tenderlink.com/tauranga
If you are submitting a response to an RFX that has been posted before this date then please note the current TCC process will apply.
Please note that from this date, TCC will no longer advertise directly on the GETS website.
If you are already registered with LG Tenders you will automatically be registered on our new portal. For everyone who is not, it is free to register, however you can only register when the portal www.tenderlink.com/tauranga goes live on 28 September 2017.
So what does this mean for our suppliers & contractors?· No more hard/paper copies of RFX submission
· No more physical delivery requirements
Submission can be made online from anywhere in the world.
The new TCC portal www.tenderlink.com/tauranga is free for everyone.
TCC are happy to help or assist with any questions you may have. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also note our Supplier Guide for electronic submissions. This will be available on our website from the launch date.
NB: RFX, (Request For x) is a common acronym used in strategic sourcing and procurement, and encompasses the entire formal request process and can include any of the following; Request for Information (RFI), Request for Proposal (RFP), Request for Quote (RFQ), and Request for Tender (RFT).
SUTHERLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. OPERATING LEASE FINANCE.
IT Hardware Valued at $157,053.59 (incl. GST).
Tenders are invited for the provision of operating lease finance for assorted IT Hardware valued at $157,053.59 (incl. GST), under a sale and leaseback arrangement.
Tenders will be received up to 2.00 pm on Tuesday 22nd August 2017, as detailed in the tender document.
The tender document is available from www.tendersonline.com.au/ssc
Tender enquiries should be directed to Ms Fiona Nightingale on phone: 9710-0347 or email: email@example.com
The lowest tender/EOI 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.
Essential Energy invites responses from suitably qualified organisations in relation to work to be performed in the provision of IT Hardware Refresh and Managed Services as per the technical specifications provided with this RFP.
Enquiries: RFP enquiries should be directed via the online forum (see option below).
Submissions: Respondents will receive a Successful Submission Receipt timed and dated upon completion.
The tender notice for this RFP has the following options: · Download the tender documents for this notice.
· Post Questions or comments on the online forum.
· Complete the Online Response Form.
· Print this notice.
Using these links you can download the tender documents INCLUDING INSTRUCTIONS for how to respond to this tender electronically.
Please refer to the file !READ FIRST - TENDERLINK INSTRUCTIONS.
If you continue having difficulties please contact TenderLink support - (see option below) or 1800 233533.
DEPARTMENT OF CORPORATE AND INFORMATION SERVICES. FEEDBACK FOR ANCILLARY ICT GOODS AND SERVICES.
Tender Number: D17-0191.
Title: Darwin - Provision of Request for Feedback for Ancillary ICT Goods and Services for a Period of 36 Months.
Agency: Department of Corporate and Information Services.
Request Type: Tender.
Tender Close Date: 1 August 2017.
Lodgement:· Electronic lodgement using the eLodgement facility
· Faxing to Darwin tenders office on (08) 8999-1935
· Lodging by mail: GPO Box 1551, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, 0801
Technical Enquiries: (08) 8999-1942.
Documents available from Internet Site:
The Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA) is seeking the provision of a managed hosted virtual data centre, initially for the migration of its Business Solution's Microsoft Dynamics Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software and, subject to satisfactory completion of this, the opportunity to expand to cover other Business Units CRM involvement as well as the migration of several smaller currently independently hosted systems as part of the ICT five year Business Technology Plan.
As a comparator to the managed hosted virtual data centre, this Request for Tender (RFT) will also seek a pricing option for an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and a Platform as a Service (PaaS) environment for CRM and also the potential expansion to cover the requirements of several smaller currently independently hosted systems.
To better enable greater organisation-wide collaboration and effective knowledge sharing, ActewAGL is seeking to upgrade its unsupported intranet platform. Therefore, ActewAGL is requesting proposals from the market to upgrade its current SharePoint 2010 application to a cloud based SharePoint Online platform.
The University of the South Pacific ("the USP") invites Bids ("Bids") from eligible, qualified and capable companies for the Provision of Printing Solution Solomon Island (the Services") and provision of associated services ("Associated Services") according to the requirements as defined in the standard bidding documents ("the standard Bidding Documents").
This Good/Service shall be provided as an one-off with maintenance services provided as and when needed . The USP does not guarantee any minimum level of business and the USP shall be under no obligation to buy any or all of the Goods and Associated Services exclusively from the selected contractor.
Bids must be delivered to in accordance to Article 19.1b. Closing date for the bids is Monday 17th April 2017 at 10:00am and the bids will be opened on the same day at 10.15am, Finance Conference Room in the presence of bidders who choose to witness the opening. Unless otherwise specified, bids sent by e-mail and facsimile will not be accepted.
The Bid prices shall be quoted in FJD (VIP) unless requested for another currency. The Contract(s) under consideration shall be entered into with the USP. The Goods and Services shall be delivered, as relevant, to a place of delivery to be specified by the USP. Bidders should include in their Bid prices any and all costs associated in respect to the place of delivery, including but not limited to the delivery, unloading, insurance, storage, assistance in the actual customs clearance process, and loading of relevant cargo.
The USP reserves the right to accept or reject any Bid, and to annul, in whole or in part, or to suspend the bidding process and reject all Bids at any time and without reason prior to award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Bidder or Bidders.
The complete set of Bidding Documents can be downloaded (see option below) and used for bid submission. All submissions should be uploaded on website link (see option below) For those companies/individuals having obtained the Bidding Documents, we would appreciate a prompt e-mail acknowledging your receipt of this Standard Bidding Document (SBD).
VICTORIAN WORKCOVER AUTHORITY. REQUEST FOR INFORMATION - INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE. TENDER. Number: D171785.
Description: The purpose of this RFI is to assess the capability, services offered and prices on a consumption basis for a range of IT Services. As a result of the evaluation of the RFI we will then determine both a list of services for tender and short listed providers based on their responses. Emphasis is on the ability of respondents to provide Infrastructure as a Service, and their ability to provide the associated tools and approaches to maintaining a high-quality support to our users.
We are also seeking information on the additional ability of respondents to offer other potential services in the areas of applications support, cyber security and other relevant areas in the future should it be required.
Closes on Wednesday 12 April 2017 at 1:00pm AEST, Melbourne, Victoria.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.tenders.vic.gov.au/tenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?id=8669&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3F%24%7Brequest.queryString%7D
In 2012, Monash University led the strategic procurement of core facilities management software (to manage research infrastructure) for deployment across Victoria called the Australian Research Infrastructure Network (ARIN). ARIN was managed by Monash University and governed by the Victorian Platform Technologies Network (VPTN) through a consortium agreement between Monash University and Biomedical Research Victoria (formerly Bio21 Cluster).
The VPTN was the largest cross-disciplinary biomedical research infrastructure network in Australia, connecting over 140 platform facilities.
To date, the software is used by 4000 users (academic and industry) to access 28 platforms from 8 Victorian organisations. ARIN currently manages 70,000 bookings/requests per year of over 1000 capabilities (instruments, services and products).
In October 2015, Monash was notified that the current software was to go End of Life (EOL) by August 2016, and as a result, Monash has resolved to depart using this software by the end of 2017.
Monash now needs to procure and implement a new software system which will allow the transition of the 18 Monash platforms currently on ARIN to a new solution, and subsequently allow other platforms to deploy this solution to manage their facilities.
The new model going forward will be to endorse a vendor panel that will allow all CAUDIT member universities to choose the software that suits them best. A list of CAUDIT members can be found at https://www.caudit.edu.au/members.
The solution will consist of a web-based search portal which will allow researchers to search for resources of interest across all institutions and then redirect the researcher to the institutional booking systems.
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION. MAINFRAME DISK STORAGE SERVICES.
INVITATION TO OFFER. Number: DSITI80959.
Tender Overview: To engage a suitably qualified supplier capable of providing;· a Mainframe Tier 1 level disk service which is inclusive of two dedicated mainframe storage subsystems, and
· a dedicated dual fabric mainframe storage connectivity solution
that will be attached to CITEC's two IBM mainframes.
It is proposed that this contract be provided under a rental agreement.
Enquiries: Noal Southall, phone: 3037-2611, email: Noal.Southall@dsiti.qld.gov.au
Closes on 28th March 2017 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?CSRFNONCE=8AF3FB9275219F73939F909041A982AB&id=20475&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3FCSRFNONCE%3DF778BF5DB0563380B29BC47F29363D1C%26amp%3Baction%3Dadvanced-tender-search-open-tender%26amp%3BchangeLevel%3D%26amp%3Binputlist%3DhasETB%26amp%3BorderBy%3DreleaseDate%26amp%3BwithdrawalReason%3D%26amp%3BexpiredReason%3D%26amp%3BtenderState%3D%26amp%3BtenderId%3D%26amp%3Bpage%3D5
HEALTH SERVICES UNION NSW. PHOTOCOPYING EQUIPMENT LEASING.
Expression of Interest.
Expressions of Interest are sought from suitably qualified photocopying machine providers for a leasing arrangement to the Health Service Union NSW for three years or five years.
Proposals should be addressed as follows: HSU Photocopying Equipment. Attention: Andrew Lillicrap, Health Services Union NSW, Level 2, 109 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000.
Submissions close at 4.00 pm Friday 24 March 2017.
Further detailed information regarding the Expression of Interest requirements may be obtained by contacting Andrew Lillicrap on 1300 478-679 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BLACKALL - TAMBO REGIONAL COUNCIL. Quotation for: 3 Multi-Functional Devices (Photocopiers) & 1 Business Multifunctional Printer for Lease / Rent or Buy. Quotation No. IT 02 2016-2017.
Quotations close at 4.30pm Friday 3rd March 2017.
Enquiries - to be directed to Lance Bly or Jason Karsten - (07) 4621-6600.
Documents available from Internet Site: http://www.btrc.qld.gov.au/documents/12276/43948764/Quotation%203%20Mulitpurpose%20Devices%20Photocopier
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.
The purpose of this expression of interest is to attract submissions for providing the data connectivity required by Council. Once Council has received and assessed the various proposals, Council will shortlist service provider/s that will provide the desired outcome in the most cost effective manner.
The service providers shortlisted will then be required to submit a detailed project plan with costings for the final consideration of Council. Council will award the Project based on the same criteria used in this expression of interest.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER ARRANGEMENT (ICTPA) REQUEST FOR MARKET FEEDBACK.
ATM ID: RFMF 0107.
Agency: Department of Defence - DSRG.
Close Date & Time: 25 November 2016 at 12.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
Location: ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, WA, QLD, NT, TAS.
ATM Type: Notice.
Description: Defence currently utilises a number of panel arrangements, which are either internal Defence panels or Whole of Government (WoG) panels, to source goods and services from the market in support of its ICT environment.
In late 2015, a sourcing strategy was developed and in accordance with the sourcing strategy's recommendations Defence intends to progressively replace its existing ICT panel framework.
The aim of the ICTPA is to enable Defence to become a smarter and more sophisticated buyer of ICT goods and services through the implementation of a new structural framework that allows Defence to procure affordable, high quality and flexible services that provide Value for Money (VfM) by engaging the market through a new ICT sourcing ecosystem.
The ICTPA may potentially include a mix of end-to-end and niche suppliers covering three potential Service Towers. These potential Service Towers are as follows:
a. Application Services: includes the development, maintenance, support and service management of applications.
b. Systems Integration: the development and deployment of systems, including services relating to the connection and aggregation of disparate subsystems, functionalities or software applications to form one coordinated and functional system used to facilitate the execution of information processing required during the execution of one or more of the Department of Defence's business processes. Systems Integration primarily varies from Applications development in terms of scale, end-to-end scope and complexity.
c. ICT Services: includes the provision of services for all the ICT Service Categories that Chief Information Officer Group (CIOG) expects will apply within Defence. These services involve the engagement of specialist and niche providers as well as contractors or a group of contractors in a non-permanent position to deliver discrete ICT Services to satisfy specific business or technical needs
The purpose of this notice is to advise Industry of a potential Approach to Market (ATM) in 2017 for the establishment of the Information Communications Technology Provider Arrangement (ICTPA) panel and to seek Industry's feedback on the following draft request documents.· Deed
· Service Tower Modules
· Service Tower Statements of Work
· Performance Framework; and
· Administration Fee
Other Instructions: Respondents are to complete and provide the information requested in the Response Schedules and are to do so in the manner requested in the Response Schedules.
Response Schedules are contained in the Request for Market feedback document.
Address for Lodgement: ICTPA.RFT@defence.gov.au
Contact Details: Petrina Evans. P: 0437 552-360. E: ICTPA.RFT@defence.gov.au
This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:
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