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Proposed tenders give early notice of possible business opportunities.


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Department of Communities and Justice

Advance Notice for Drone Detection / Counter Drone Technologies - Request for Information

The Department of Communities and Justice, Corrective Services NSW (CSNSW) will be publishing a Request for Information (RFI) seeking information in relation to technologies available in the market to mitigate the threat drones pose to the safety and security of correctional centres. 

Proposed ID Prj_4267_AN
Notice Published 15-Oct-2021
Expected Issue Date 20-Oct-2021
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Security surveillance and detection
Last Updated: 15-Oct-2021 4:24pm

Department of Communities and Justice

Family Connect and Support Evaluation - Advance Notice

The Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) requires the services of an external contractor to undertake a process, outcome and economic evaluation of Family Connect and Support (FCS). FCS is a referral service for families experiencing vulnerabilities. It is a voluntary, whole-of-family service that aims to support families and link them to the right services before their situation becomes more complex and escalates.  The contract term is until December 2023. The purpose of the evaluation is to understand whether the FCS program provides an effective soft entry point into the service system for vulnerable families. The evaluation will be key to understanding the connection between FCS intervention and support in preventing a child, young person and /or family’s issues from escalating. The FCS service model was developed as part of a redesign process. The evaluation will offer insights into the new program design, what’s working well and outcomes families achieve. The evaluation will provide insights and evidence at interim periods to further inform the evolution of the FCS program. It will support continuous service improvement and local service system planning and collaboration.  Finally, the evaluation findings will be used to support decisions about program continuation, expansion and policy and practice decisions.  DCJ views this evaluation as a partnership opportunity to demonstrate how Government, Corporate/research/academic sectors and the non-government sector (primarily FCS funded providers) can effectively work together to achieve better outcomes for children, young people and families and inform broader reform priorities and projects across Government.

Proposed ID Prj_4324_AN
Notice Published 14-Oct-2021
Expected Issue Date 28-Oct-2021
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Project monitoring and evaluation
Last Updated: 14-Oct-2021 11:42am

NSW Electoral Commission

VCDR Refresh RFT

NSW Electoral Commission – Voting Centre Device Refresh NSWEC will hold a pre-tender briefing for the Voting Centre Device Refresh tender 29/10/2021 11:00 AM Sydney time (anticipated duration is 90 minutes). This tender will seek an end-to-end technology solution for use in NSW Electoral Commission’s voting centres on election days, comprising hardware, software and services required to provision, deploy, and support the solution for NSW State, Local and by-elections. The tender will be released in November 2021 with the expectation that the preferred supplier is ready to undertake planning and delivery during the period February – August 2022. Suppliers interested in attending the pre-tender briefing on 29/10/2021 11:00 AM Sydney time must register their interest by emailing contracts@elections.nsw.gov.au by 25/10/2021.

Proposed ID RFT-10046521
Notice Published 15-Oct-2021
Expected End Date 29-Oct-2021
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Computer services
Last Updated: 15-Oct-2021 3:26pm

HealthShare NSW

Prior Indicative Notice: NSW Patient Survey Program 2022-2025

The Bureau of Health Information (BHI) manages the NSW Patient Survey Program, which currently includes an outsourced component for data collections, data entry and processing. The current contract is due to expire on 30 June 2022 and HealthShare NSW (on behalf of BHI) is undertaking the procurement process to request tenders for the new contract, which will be for a period of up to five years (three years initial term with an option to extend for up to a further two years). The RFT is expected to be published on NSW eTendering on Friday 29 October 2021 and is expected to close on Tuesday 7 December 2021. A briefing session for potential respondents is scheduled for Tuesday 9 November 2021.  

Proposed ID RFT-10046281
Notice Published 5-Oct-2021
Expected End Date 5-Nov-2021
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Market research
Last Updated: 5-Oct-2021 12:07pm

Transport NSW - Corporate

Rail Timetabling Solution

The Rail Timetabling Solution (RTS) Program will implement a state-of-the art timetabling system and optimise related production processes, to deliver significant improvements in rail timetable production capabilities across the TfNSW Cluster for: • TfNSW Standard Working Timetable (SWTT) • Sydney Trains Standard Operating Timetable (SOT) • Sydney Trains Daily Working Timetable (DWTT); and • Nodal geography information This will deliver, among other things, quality, safe and reliable timetables that support ongoing capacity uplifts whilst meeting new digital control systems requirements. As a key part of the program, TfNSW seeks a rail timetabling solution to meet the objectives.

Proposed ID WS2460198608
Notice Published 23-Aug-2021
Expected End Date 30-Jun-2022
Covered Procurement Yes
Category (based on UNSPSC)
Business function specific software
Last Updated: 23-Aug-2021 1:05pm

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