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NSW Department of Communities and Justice / Future Directions evaluation – Strategy and Program EOI - FACS.18.183

RFT ID FACS.18.183
RFT Type Expression of Interest for Specific Contracts
Published 12-Sep-2018
Closes 26-Oct-2018 2:00pm
Category (based on UNSPSC)
80000000 - Management and Business Professionals and Administrative Services
Agency Department of Communities and Justice

Contact Person
Ms Danika Koop
Phone: (02) 8753 9066

Tender Details

The NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) is responsible for undertaking a rigorous outcome, process and economic evaluation of Future Directions, the NSW governments major reform to the social housing system.

The evaluation aims to answer two main questions:

1.has the strategy achieved its objectives; and

2.which Future Directions programs and initiatives work well, for whom and under what circumstances.  

The evaluation will be split across two separate but connected RFT’s that are expected to be conducted over three years with an optional one year extension, and to begin by January 2019 (latest). Details are included in the draft specifications. 


NSW Regions: Far North Coast, Mid North Coast, New England, Central Coast, Hunter, Cumberland/Prospect, Nepean, Northern Sydney, Inner West, South East Sydney, South West Sydney, Central West, Orana/Far West, Riverina/Murray, Illawarra, Southern Highlands

RFT Type

Expression of Interest for Specific Contracts - An invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) for pre-registration of prospective tenderers for a specific work or service. Applicants are initially evaluated against published selection criteria, and those who best meet the required criteria are invited to Tender (as tender type Pre-Qualified/Invited).

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Additional Details / Instructions

Briefing sessions will be held as follows:

Date: Thursday, 4 October 2018

Time: 12:30pm – 4:30pm

UTS - Aerial Function Room, UTS Building 10 on Level 7, 235 Jones Street, Ultimo

Multi Agency Access