Tenders 12/3/13

By on 12 March, 2013

Undated: Consultancy: Estimating the Value of a One-Stop Location-Based Property Service; Land Information New Zealand. LINZ will issue a proposal for consultancy services to estimate the value of a potential future customer-focused government one-stop location-based property service to New Zealanders, businesses and the New Zealand economy.
Contact Kate McMahon kmcmahon@linz.govt.nz.


19 March: 2013 0028; Kaituna/Maketu Engineering and Technical Advice; Bat of Plenty Regional Council, NZ. Council is seeking advice in the fields of riverine and/or estuarine engineering, modelling and resource management to provide engineering and technical advice. The advice is required for data collection planning, modelling specifications, structure and wetland design, assessing environmental effects, technical briefs and reporting.
Contact Pim De Monchy Pim.demonchy@boprc.govt.nz


20 March: D13-0004; Aerial Photography Capture 2013; Department of Lands, Planning and the Environment, NT. Tenders are sought for aerial photography in 2013.
Enquiries phone: +61-8-8995-5317.


20 March: RFT 2013-20820 &2013-20821; Plant Pest Surveys [2]; Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry [Aust]. DAFF seeks tenders for a survey [#20820] for Plant Pathogens (Fungi);  and another for Non Fungal plant pathogens [#20821] including viruses, viroids, bacteria, phytoplasmas, etc on plants located on Norfolk Island.
Contact Glynn Maynard glynn.maynard@daff.gov.au.


20 March: RFT 2013-20822; Plant Pest Surveys – Invertebrates; Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry [Aust]. Daff seeks tenders for surveys for Plant Pests (Invertebrates) on plants located on Norfolk Island.
Contact Glynn Maynard glynn.maynard@daff.gov.au.


20 March: RFP 413; GIS-Based Geological Models; Ministry of Economic Development, NZ. The Ministry, through New Zealand Petroleum and Minerals, seeks proposals for the provision of a GIS-based, geophysically constrained, geological basement and basin fill model consistent to the Extended Continental Shelf with the structural evolution of New Zealand basins using available geophysical data.
Contact Hamish White hamish.white@med.govt.nz.


25 March: 1213-0312; Enterprise ICT Panel; Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities [Aust]. The Department seeks expressions of interest from companies interested in participating in an enterprise information and communications technology panel.
Contact the Procurement Officer on email: Procurement.helpdesk@environment.gov.au.


29 March: 13.52095; Mobile Solution for Field Collection; Statistics New Zealand. Expressions of interest are sought for a mobile handheld solution for the field collection of prices data.
Contact Niels Bruins niels.bruins@stats.govt.nz.

29 March: STIS001; Wind Modelling and Data Collection; Ventures Southland, NZ. Consultants and contractors are sought for this project to predict, measure and analyse the wind potential at Stewart Island. The objective is to gauge its appropriateness as a renewable source for electricity generation for the Stewart Island Electrical Supply Authority network.  The work includes preliminary desktop analysis to prepare a short-list of potential sites, erection of site monitoring equipment at one site and monitoring it for a 12 month period, and preparing an analysis of the results.
Robin McNeill robin@venturesouthland.co.nz on +64-3-211-1410; mob: 021-516-366.


2 April: 113/2012; Consultancy – Aboriginal Heritage Study; Young Shire Council, NSW. Council seeks expressions of interest for an Aboriginal heritage study for the whole of the Young LGA.
Register first via the E-tendering Portal www.tenderlink.com/young to download documents, then register EOIs as indicated.


2 April [NOTE New Closing Date]; 221112RFT; Integrated Information Management & Analysis System; NSW Police. The organisation invites software vendors to demonstrate how their applications meet its listed and agreed requirements (Business Needs). These have been identified through a series of focus group workshops and discussions.
Contact Penny Harte on +61-8835-9472, or email: procurement@police.nsw.gov.au.

2 April: Q47/13; Helicopter Thermographic Inspections; Transgrid, NSW. Tenders are sought for helicopter thermographic inspections of transmission lines in the company’s Northern, Southern and Central Regions.
Contact Joanne Mosmann joanne.mosmann@transgrid.com.au on +61-2-9284-3198.


5 April: Accelerating Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Canterbury Recovery; Land Information New Zealand. LINZ seeks expressions of interest. This project is a package of eight work streams. These are designed to accelerate the recovery in Canterbury by increasing the ability of agencies to share and use location-based information to plan and coordinate critical recovery and rebuild activities.
Contact Kate McMahon kmcmahon@linz.govt.nz.


9 April: CSIRORFT2013014; RV Investigator Satellite Communication Systems; CSIRO [Aust]. The Future Research Vessel Project is an initiative of the Australian government under the Super Science Initiative with support from the Education Investment Fund. It is part of the Australia’s Marine National Facility, a blue-water research capability funded by the government and operated by the CSIRO. It is a multi-purpose ocean-going marine research vessel, designed to adapt to and support a broad range of sophisticated scientific activities by multi-disciplinary teams engaged in climate, atmospheric, oceanographic, biological and geoscientific research. The ship’s digital communication system consists of a VoIP PABX system for internal communications linked to a satellite system for off-ship communications including voice, email, internet, scientific data transfer, video hook-ups, and remote support. The satellite communication system will consist of a high bandwidth, always-on primary system together with a smaller secondary global satellite communication system to provide redundancy.
Contact the Procurement Manager on email: csirorft2013014@csiro.au.

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