Annual Procurement Plan View - Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development
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Strategic Procurement Outlook
The Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development provides policy advice to the Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development and the Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development and delivers a variety of programmes on behalf of the Australian Government.
The Department contributes to the wellbeing of all Australians by assisting the Government to: promote, evaluate, plan and invest in infrastructure; foster an efficient, sustainable, competitive, safe and secure transport system; and ensure a strong and liveable Australia by focusing on effective local government and external territories administration and regional development that enables communities to achieve economic and social dividends.
The Department: conducts research and analysis; provides safety information and advice; and performs regulatory functions. We have a strong policy development role, together with programme administration and service delivery responsibilities. We endeavour to involve key partners, stakeholders, clients and customers in all stages of our work.
The Department delivers services to the residents of Australia’s territories. This includes air services and management services for port and airport facilities that are owned by the Commonwealth. Air services and port and airport management services are delivered through contracts with the private sector.
The Remote Air Services Subsidy (RASS) Scheme is part of the Australian Government’ s Regional Aviation Access Program (RAAP). The program funds a subsidised, regular air transport service for the carriage of passengers and goods to designated remote communities. Air services are procured periodically by the Department through open tender by geographic region under the Scheme.
The Government is strongly committed to the Western Sydney region, where a new airport will be a major generator of economic activity—providing employment opportunities closer to home for the people of Western Sydney. On 9 May 2017, the Australian Government announced it will invest $5.3 billion in establishing a new government-owned company to build and operate the Western Sydney Airport (WSA) at Badgerys Creek. This follows Sydney Airport’s decision that it will not build and operate Western Sydney Airport.
Approach to market for the establishment of an Information Technology Services panel
Maintenance and Testing of Fire Systems in the Indian Ocean Territories
Remote Air Services Subsidy Scheme Region 2 - Kimberley
Approach to market for the establishment of an Infrastructure Advisory Services Panel
Remote Air Services Subsidy Scheme Region 1 - Pilbara
Remote Air Services Subsidy Scheme Region 9 - NT, SA, WA Tristate area
Project Management Support Services for the Commownealth in relation to Western Sydney Airport Project
Allied Health Services (Occupational Therapy, Speech & Physiotherapy)
Establishment of an Aerodrome Advisory Services Panel
Independent Certifier in relation to Western Sydney Airport Project
Relocation Services to the Indian Ocean Territories - Panel Arrangement
Remote Air Services Subsidy (RASS) Scheme : Identified Air Services, Gulf Country (Queensland)
Original: Quarter 3 2017/2018
Management of the West Island Public Shelter on Cocos (K) Islands
Remote Air Services Subsidy (RASS) Scheme : Identified Air Services for Cape Barren Island (Tasmania)
Remote Air Services Subsidy (RASS) Scheme : Identified Air Services, Channel Country Region (South Australia/Queensland)