The NSW Corrective Services Inmate Buy-Ups operation is a self-sufficiency initiative which has rolled out to 34 Correctional Centres located throughout NSW.
The Inmate Buy Up operation provides the inmate population with a range of approved Grocery and Activity items that can be purchased on a weekly and monthly basis with funds received from participation in work and programs and deposited into their trust account by external parties.
The ability to purchase these goods allows the inmate to maintain a sense of independence and personal responsibility whilst replicating real world activity.
Corrective Services requires appropriately qualified and experience suppliers to supply and deliver grocery and activity item to the nominated Buy-Ups Hub. Tenderer may submit responses for more than one Category (one is a minimum) or all Categories (preferable).
1. Canned Meat
2. Canned Vegetables
5. Grain Products
6. Imported Products
7. Sauces and Spreads
9. Soft Drinks & Others
10. Tea, Coffee and Others
4. General Goods
Additional Details / Instructions
The upcoming tender opportunity can only be accessed and responded via the Department’s end to end procurement system, Procurement Central. Any submission lodged outside of Procurement Central will not be considered by the Department.
To participate in the tender opportunity, please register on https://justice.bravosolution.com/web/login.html.
Organisations who have not registered on Procurement Central will not be able to access the tender information once it has been released. If you have already registered on Procurement Central, you are not required to register again.
If you require assistance with registering on Procurement Central, you may contact the Customer Support via below methods.
If you are in Australia please call:
02 8074 8627
If you are outside of Australia, please click here for overseas phone numbers.
Covered Procurement Details
- The Procurement (Enforceable Procurement Provisions) Direction 2019 applies to this procurement
- A government agency may conduct negotiations with suppliers regarding the procurement