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This Week in Government Tenders

This Week's Highlight - Recruitment Services Required

Quite often, government agencies will outsource portions of their recruitment services in an effort to improve efficiency, particularly where there is a more pressing need to be met. This week two opportunities have been issued seeking recruitment services, one for the Australia Council for the Arts and the other for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

Expressions of Interest – Recruitment Services: The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body. Currently employing approximately 115 staff the Council is seeking expressions of interest from recruitment services providers to join a Multi-User List (MUL), for the provision of temporary workers, placement of contract or permanent employees and/or executive search services. By establishing a MUL, the council aims to create a pool of pre-qualified suppliers who have a proven capability against at least one of the required areas. Current or past suppliers on the MUL will not be eligible for inclusion on this MUL unless they submit a new application.

This MUL will be operational for a period of two years and is scheduled to take effect on 3 June 2019, with options for renewal. Note that the RFT documentation is accessible via a link to the Council website and not directly on Austender. Furthermore, submissions are to be emailed directly to the Council. This RFT closes 29 Apr 19.

Recruitment Process Outsourcing: ASIC is Australia’s corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator, currently employing approximately 2000 staff nationally. From July 1st, 2019, ASIC will no longer employ candidates under the Public Service Act, rather it will employ under the ASIC Act and is seeking to explore new approaches to talent supply and recruitment. As such, the organisation is aiming to engage the services of a recruitment service provider to administer and manage ASIC recruitment activities for permanent and contract recruitment. This RFT excludes contingent workers and requires service providers to be responsible for managing the hiring process from job profiling, managing applications, screening, and assisting with interviewing, reporting, and providing advice to hiring managers.

This contract will run for 3 years with options to extend for a further 2 years. The RFT closes 8 May 19.

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Building, Construction and Civil Works

OpportunityClosing DateIndustry BriefsDepartment
Specialised Broadcasting Maintenance Services on Christmas Island and Cocos (Keeling) IslandsNotice2 Apr 19, Perth WADefence - DSRG
Remediation & Civil Works at Morris Street, Williamstown (Fort Gellibrand) VICExtended to 24 Apr 1921 Mar 19, Williamstown VIC - CompulsoryDefence Housing Australia
DST Edinburgh Building WorksExtended to 30 Apr 195 Apr 19, Edinburgh SADefence - DSRG
Demolition Contractor-(Carparks & Internal Roads)-The Parks-Angle Park SA29 Apr 19N/ADefence Housing Australia
Project 221 - Invitation to Register Interest – Medium Works Contract (Construct Only) – Blackrock Camp, Fiji29 Apr 192 Apr 19, Nadi FIJIDefence - DSRG
HMAS Harman - Replacement of Electrical Infrastructure29 Apr 1911 Apr 19, Canberra ACTDefence - DSRG
Request for Expression of Interest -Design & Construction, Civil and Landscaping, Mawson Lakes, SA30 Apr 19N/ADefence Housing Australia
EOI for Construction Services for the Life in Australia Gallery Redevelopment Project1 May 19N/ANational Museum of Australia
Fire School Simulator and Water Recycling Works, Amberley QLD3 May 197 Mar 19, Amberley QLDDefence - DSRG
Demolition of 20 houses Heritage Close, RMC Duntroon, ACTExtended to 9 May 19PastDefence Housing Australia
General Building Maintenance and Ad Hoc Repairs at Kakadu National Park6 May 19N/ANational Parks
Water main replacement at Kapooka Military Area, Kapooka NSW29 May 197 May 19, Kapooka NSWDefence - DSRG

ICT & Communications

Defence & National Security

Human Resources

OpportunityClosing DateIndustry BriefsDepartment
Expressions of Interest - Recruitment Services29 April 19N/AAustralia Council
Provision of Workplace Investigation Services29 April 19N/AAirservices Australia
Contingent Labour Hire Panel (Indigenous Businesses)30 April 19WebinarAustralian Taxation Office
Recruitment Process Outsourcing8 May 19N/AAustralian Securities and Investments Commission

Finance/Economics/Auditing

Health

OpportunityClosing DateIndustry BriefsDepartment
Department of Veterans’ Affairs - Supply of Low Vision Aids and Appliances (Non-Optical) and Associated Services30 Apr 19N/AVeterans’ Affairs
Vanuatu Health Program15 May 19WebinarForeign Affairs and Trade - Australian Aid Program

Engineering/Architecture

Transport (Land/Air/Sea)

OpportunityClosing DateIndustry BriefsDepartment
Defence International Training Centre (DITC) Reception and Transport Services6 May 19N/ADefence - DSRG

Marketing/Media/Comms

OpportunityClosing DateIndustry BriefsDepartment
Creative and Digital Communication PanelNoticeN/AHuman Services
VET Strategic Messaging Framework31 May 19N/AEducation and Training
VET Market Access Toolkit31 May 19N/AEducation and Training

Scientific/Environmental Research, Goods & Services

OpportunityClosing DateIndustry BriefsDepartment
Project A: Enabling analytics for grain crop monitoring applications - Program co-ordination and technical oversightExtended to 24 Apr 19N/AGrains Research and Development Corporation
Project B: Enabling analytics for grain crop monitoring applications - Early detection and mappingExtended to 24 Apr 19N/AGrains Research and Development Corporation
Project C: Enabling analytics for grain crop monitoring applications - Spatial quantification of frost damageExtended to 24 Apr 19N/AGrains Research and Development Corporation
Project D: Enabling analytics for grain crop monitoring applications - Crop classification and mappingExtended to 24 Apr 19N/AGrains Research and Development Corporation
Project E: Enabling analytics for grain crop monitoring applications - High temporal and spatial resolution measuresExtended to 24 Apr 19N/AGrains Research and Development Corporation

Management/Advisory

OpportunityClosing DateIndustry BriefsDepartment
Review and refresh the Australian Space Agency’s Flight Safety Code and Maximum Probable Loss Methodology2 May 19N/AIndustry, Innovation and Science
Design, Review and Monitoring and Evaluation Panel6 May 19N/AForeign Affairs and Trade - Australian Aid Program
Materials to assist in communicating the enHealth Guidance Statement on per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)7 May 19N/AHealth
AusNCP Independent Examiner Services9 May 19N/ATreasury
Impact Private Sector Partnerships (IPSP) Program10 May 1915 Apr 19, Canberra ACTForeign Affairs and Trade - Australian Aid Program
Request for Tender for NDIS Capability Framework24 May 19N/ASocial Services

Education/Training

OpportunityClosing DateIndustry BriefsDepartment
Coaching Register for SES Band 3’sNoticeN/AAustralian Public Service Commission
Australia-China Cooperation Education Events in China20 Apr 19N/AEducation and Training
Language Training Services Standing Offer PanelExtended to 1 May 19N/ADefence - DSRG
Expanding research collaboration between regional Australia and Southeast Asia30 Apr 19N/AEducation and Training
The trends, barriers and opportunities of Australia’s higher education delivery offshore31 Apr 19N/AEducation and Training
Pathways to success in Australian international education31 Apr 19N/AEducation and Training

MIscellaneous Goods & Services

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