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NSW Seeks Head Agreement for Whole of Govt Electronic Security Maintenance

NSW Government Property NSW DFSI is seeking a Head Agreement for maintenance, installation and professional services relating to all electronic security solutions. Contractors will be appointed to a panel to adequately service the Government’s needs in NSW under the Head Agreement.

While the head agreement is put in place for the NSW Government and its customers but may be used by any government or their customers in Australia, including federal, state or local and for not-for-profit organisations.

The supplier panel rates can be used casually, or a customer agreement can be established at any time under the head agreement for the desired term and extension options.

Tenderers should note that the Whole of Government Integrated Security Contract commenced 4 July 2016 for a period of three (3) years plus two (2) x one (1) year options. In accordance with Clause 7.9.2 ongoing registration, a new RFT will open annually for review of additional providers and re-submissions. This RFT (1400840-3) is the second such review period. Successful tenderers would join the panel from 4 July 2018 for the remaining contract term.

A tenderer briefing will be held at Property NSW, 66 Harrington St, Sydney, on Friday March 23 at 2pm. The contact officer will be available at that time to answer any queries regarding this RFT and the tender process generally. Names of persons attending the tenderer briefing must be provided to the contact officer at least 3 working days prior to the date. No more than 2 persons from each tenderer will be permitted to attend the tenderer briefing.

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