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Most Recently Closed Business Opportunities
Social Services Tenders / RFQ / RFT / EOI / RFP
Request for Quotation U14/218_1 for
The provision of Long Term Strategic Business Plans for Uralla Shire Council's three regional community service operations:
1. McMaugh Garden Aged Care Centre
2. Tablelands Community Services
3. Tablelands Community Transport
AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS. EVALUATION OF THE 'HERE TO CONTRIBUTE' PROJECT, AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS.
Deadline: Wednesday 18 April 2018.
Contact for further information: Impact Advisor: Grace Nicholas,
Red Cross is seeking an Evaluator for the 2-year Here to Contribute project, which works with new migrants, refugees, asylum seekers and Australian communities to strengthen social cohesion. The evaluation will summarise achievements against indicators for accountability, and will also identify and analyse stories of change as evidence for learning and improvement. The evaluation report should present information in a way that is clear, visual and engaging, so that it will be heard and utilised. Red Cross is interested in alternatives to a narrative evaluation report, such as video.
The role: Conduct the evaluation of the Here to Contribute project. The evaluation has the following objectives: · Learning: To highlight the most effective strategies used by the project, their results and success factors from the perspective of newly arrived migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum and participating communities;
· Improvement: To identify insights to strengthen support for future project implementation; and
· Accountability: To complement monitoring data to meet reporting requirements.
About you: You will have:
· 5 or more years demonstrated experience in conducting evaluations using participatory approaches and appreciative inquiry approaches such as Most Significant Change;
· Skills using mixed media in data collection, including visual tools (may include photography, Smartphone videography, infographics);
· Ability to develop an engaging, well-presented report, potentially using images and / or presentation software, in place of a longer document;
· Demonstrated skills in engaging with vulnerable groups, and responding to gender and cultural diversity;
· Commitment to strong ethical principles and practice;
· Understanding of factors affecting the operation of Not for Profit Organisations; and
· Commitment to Red Cross values.
Experience working with newly arrived migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia is desirable.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.aes.asn.au/evaluation-tenders.html
This Tender is for the review of WDCs Class 4 Gambling Venue Policy and Board Venue Policy.
The project involves completing the necessary statutory and best practice steps, including key stakeholder engagement, to review WDCs Class 4 Gambling Venue Policy and Board Venue Policy.
Tenders shall close on 5 April 2018 at 3.30pm
Council's preference is for the entire tender process, including downloading tender documents, raising queries and submitting tenders, to be managed electronically using the Whangarei District Council's E-Procurement Portal (see option below).
The organiser of this contract is Tony Horton of Whangarei District Council.
Contact details are: Tony Horton
Whangarei District Council
Private Bag 9023
Phone: (09) 430-4200
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES (DHHS).
MENU OF EVIDENCE-INFORMED PRACTICES AND PROGRAMS: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.
Tender Number: C6999.
Description: The Roadmap for Reform includes a commitment to develop and publish a menu of evidence-informed practices and programs for the child and family service system. The Victorian Government intends to develop a menu to support its long-term vision of delivering policies and services that have been proven to work, while avoiding those that have been proven to be ineffective.
The menu content will include evidence-informed interventions identified through systematic searching of published literature on topic areas aligned to the Victorian service system. This content will include ratings of each intervention on the strength of evidence, implementability in the Victorian context and cost.
Closes on Thursday 12 April 2018 at 2:00pm AEST, Melbourne, Victoria.
Contacts: Jed Fraaser, Type: Contractual,
Brigid Van Wanrooy, Type: Technical,
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.tenders.vic.gov.au/tenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?id=21019&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3F%24%7Brequest.queryString%7D
Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN).
GCPHN has an opportunity for a lead agency to establish a Complex Needs Assessment Panel (CNAP) for individuals aged 35+ with complex drug and/or alcohol, psychosocial and physical health needs who continue to fall through service gaps and cannot have their complex needs met by one service or agency.
The need for a stand-alone CNAP for drug and alcohol was identified through consultation undertaken by GCPHN throughout 2017. The current CNAP services (where mental health needs to be the primary diagnosis, or where the age limit is under 35 years) that operate on the Gold Coast cannot be accessed by the identified target group due to existing eligibility criteria, and they continue to experience barriers in accessing coordinated and comprehensive services to support their complex needs.
CNAPs aim to improve and integrate service delivery to achieve positive outcomes in overall quality of life and health. This is achieved by addressing issues and barriers the person is facing through a flexible approach to case planning and the implementation of ongoing holistic interventions.
To find out more: www.healthygc.com.au/tenders
Applications close: 5.00 pm Monday 16 April 2018.
Enquiries: Please call Lesley Maher on (07) 5612-5450.
QUEENSLAND HEALTH GOLD COAST HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SERVICE. COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES INCLUDING TRANSITION CARE, HOSPITAL IN THE HOME AND PALLIATIVE CARE SERVICES.
INVITATION TO OFFER. Number: GCHHS91905.
Tender Overview: Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service has issued this Invitation to Offer for the supply of Community Based services for the Gold Coast. The objectives of the Invitation to Offer include the following programs:· Transition care,
· Hospital In The Home (HITH)
· Palliative care, and
· Other community based programs as required.
Services include, but are not limited to:
· Allied health services
· Personal care
· Domestic assistance
· Social support
· Transportation of clients
· Medical domiciliary equipment hire
· Emergency response alarms
· Provision of palliative care services and consumables items in accordance with the Palliative Care Service Guidelines as amended from time to time.
Key dates relating to the ItO include:
· briefing session - 10:00am, 27 March 2018 (Queensland standard time)
· closing date for questions - 5:00pm, 30 March 2018 (Queensland standard time)
· offer closing date - 5:00pm 6th April 2018 (Queensland standard time).
It is essential that all question regarding the Offer are submitted through the QTenders site. Questions directed outside of QTenders will not be answered.
Contacts: Peter Drayson, Type: Technical,
Closes on Friday 6th April 2018 at 5:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
Site Visit: A site visit will be held at Ground Floor, E Block, Gold Coast University Hospital, 1 Hospital Boulevard, Southport, on 27 March 2018 at 10:00am. Suppliers are requested to express their interests in the briefing session through the QTenders site. A limit of two attendees from each organisation applies.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?CSRFNONCE=4A597FABE05392B588F38BA2460F5E94&id=24043&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3FCSRFNONCE%3D73EE4C96878B083C911542271F82DEFC%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%3D3
CUMBERLAND COUNCIL. RFQ: REFUGEE CAMP IN MY NEIGHBOURHOOD EVALUATION PROJECT 2018
Deadline: Thursday 12 April 2018.
Contact for further information: Tess Newton-Palmer, Social Research and Evaluation Officer, via email:
Cumberland Council is seeking an evaluation specialist to undertake a review of one of its seminal community development programs, Refugee camp in my Neighbourhood.
Now entering its fifth year, Cumberland Council is committed to continuing to work with its community partners and other stakeholders to deliver, enhance and improve the Refugee Camp in My Neighbourhood program. This research project seeks to comprehensively assess the impact of the program over time, identify key findings and guide the development of program evaluation in years to come.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.aes.asn.au/services/evaluation-tenders/1337-rfq-refugee-camp-in-my-neighbourhood-evaluation-project-2018.html
DEPT OF ENVIRONMENT & HERITAGE PROTECTION. DEVELOPING A QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT SUSTAINABILITY FRAMEWORK.
INVITATION TO OFFER Number: DES18019.
Tender Overview: The Department of Environment and Science (DES) is developing a strategic policy framework to drive sustainability outcomes across government, business and industry in Queensland. This framework is needed to establish a clear government role and objectives for sustainability that can guide and link existing efforts, and identify gaps in policies and programs and options to fill those gaps. It will also recognise the strong industry and community momentum around sustainability issues as a key driver for this work.
The project deliverable will be a report that outlines options and approaches to defining a sustainability framework for Queensland, along with the supporting rationale and evidence for that framework. The report will map and analyse the Queensland Government's existing sustainability activities, and those of other Australian and international jurisdictions.
Closes on Monday 9th April 2018 at 10:00am, Brisbane, Queensland.
Enquiries: Valerie Exelby E&HP, email: email@example.com
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?CSRFNONCE=9610F0A739EEAFF67CF89B5C94DCA76D&id=24020&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3FCSRFNONCE%3D9B3CE7F285646C09B9BAB0A5C299FC5B%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%3D3
BAY OF PLENTY DISTRICT HEALTH BOARD. RESPITE FOR PEOPLE WITH SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS AND/OR ADDICTION IN THE BAY OF PLENTY.
RFx ID: 19540698. Reference: MH102.
Close Date: Thursday, 19 April 2018 at 5:00 PM.
Tender Type: Request for Proposals (RFP).
Overview: Respite for people with serious mental illness and/or addictions in the Bay of Plenty.
Here in the Bay of Plenty, we want to offer tangata whaiora and their whanau respite services that are flexible and responsive, framed around their needs and wishes, planned and intentional, with a focus on recovery and wellbeing. This service provider(s) will partner with the Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB) Mental Health and Addiction Services and others within the sector to offer a range of respite options for people with serious mental health issues and/or addictions. We would like to engage providers who use a Kaupapa Maori approach and/or focus on peer-led services. The agreement will be outcomes-based with respite with the aim being that respite is viewed as a positive experience for both tangata whaiora and their whanau.
The Bay of Plenty District Health Board funds and provides health services from Te Kaha to Waihi Beach and west to Murupara. The BOPDHB's Mental Health and Addictions Services operate from Tauranga and Whakatane, offering specialist services and inpatient facilities. There are a number and variety of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that provide community-based mental health and addiction services across the Bay of Plenty based on agreements with BOPDHB's Te Teo Herenga Waka (Planning, funding, service improvement and performance).
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:
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES. CARER COACHING AND IN-PERSON PEER SUPPORT SERVICE.
ATM ID: RFT70010107.
Agency: Department of Social Services.
Close Date & Time: 11 April 2018 at 2.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
Location: ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, WA, QLD, NT, TAS.
ATM Type: Request for Tender.
Description: The Australian Department of Social Services is seeking a Supplier with the capability to:
1. design and develop a new Carer Coaching Service, including managing a pilot of this service; and
2. design and develop an In-Person Peer Support Service for carers.
Once designed, developed, and delivered by the successful Tenderer, both services will be used by the Regional Delivery Partners (RDPs) within the Integrated Carer Support Service (ICSS).
The Department is seeking a single Supplier (or prime Tenderer in a consortium bid) for the whole scope of services.
An Industry Briefing Webinar regarding the above tender will be held on 19 March 2018 for all interested parties.
Please register for the webinar at the following link:
Conditions for Participation: Tenderers must, at the Tender Closing Time, meet the following Conditions for Participation in order for their Tenders to be considered:
1. The Tenderer exists as a legal entity at the Closing Time and Date; and
2. The Tenderer must submit the Tender as a single legal entity which would enter into any resultant Contract with the Department.
Timeframe for Delivery: The services are expected to start June 2018 and be provided in-full by the end of June 2020.
Address for Lodgement: Tenders must be lodged and completed electronically via AusTender.
Contact Details: RFT Contact 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: