The Department currently uses a lifecycle model to predict both the condition and maintenance liability at any given time for the more than 4 million individual components that make up its buildings and infrastructure. Deterioration rates depend on the useful life of the given component which in turn depends on material type, utilisation and geographic location.
This approach allows the Department to provide a state-wide view of the condition of assets and associated liability for planned maintenance to maintain those assets at an acceptable condition.
The lifecycle model currently involves the following 2 services:
- undertaking periodic condition assessments; and
- maintaining the life-cycle model used for projecting condition and maintenance liability.
The EOI is the first stage of a multi-stage procurement. The EOI will therefore not directly result in the award of a contract. Refer to clause 8.4 of the Conditions of Tendering.
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
Conditions for Participation
- Meets minimum insurance requirements
- Acceptable legal entity
- Acceptable financial capacity
- Acknowledgement of Aboriginal Procurement Policy requirements
- Acknowledgement of SME and Regional Procurement Policy requirements
- Acknowledgement of ICT/Digital Sovereign Procurement Commitment requirements
- Prequalified on the NSW Government’s ICT Services Scheme (SCM0020) as an Advanced Supplier or willingness to obtain prequalification prior to being awarded a contract