Annual Procurement Plan View - Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research
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IMPORTANT: All Planned Procurements are subject to revision, withdrawal or cancellation. Information about Planned Procurements is provided for planning purposes only and it does not represent a solicitation or constitute a request for proposal, nor is it a commitment by the Government to purchase the described property or services.
Strategic Procurement Outlook
The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) is a statutory authority that operates as part of the Australian Aid Program. The Centre encourages Australia’s agricultural scientists to use their skills for the benefit of developing countries and Australia.
ACIAR funds research projects that are developed within a framework reflecting the priorities of Australia’s aid program and national research strengths, together with the agricultural research and development priorities of partner countries.
Our mandate directs activities to developing countries in five regions: Papua New Guinea and Pacific island countries; East Asia; South and West Asia; Sub-Saharan Africa and Middle East and North Africa. Research is also allocated across regions through funding to other International Agricultural Research Centres (IARCs).
Our functions are to:
•commission research into improving sustainable agricultural production in developing countries
•fund project related training
•communicate the results of funded research
•conduct and fund development activities related to research programs
•administer the Australian Government’s contribution to the International Agricultural Research Centres.
All procurements referred to in the ACIAR Annual Procurement Plan are subject to revision or cancellation. The information is provided in accordance with the Commonwealth Procurement Rules and does not represent:
•an invitation to bid or request for proposal; nor
•is it a commitment by the Australian Government to initiate a procurement process or to purchase the described supplies and services.
Request documentation for all open approaches to the market will be available electronically through the AusTender website: www.tenders.gov.au.
Information about the Department is located on ACIAR's website: www.aciar.gov.au.
Only planned open tender procurements over $80,000 (GST inclusive) and the establishment of panel arrangements or multi-use lists have been reported in ACIAR's 2015-16 Rolling Annual Procurement Plan.
Manager Procurement and Contracting Support
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Administer in partnership with ACIAR a network of communication professionals in up to nine countries
Expression of Interest to develop and manage an overarching alumni program including a rewards and recognit
Provide Managing Editor services for the production of ACIAR publication - Partners in Research for Development
Deliver academic capacity building program at University of the South Pacific
Management and delivery of John Dillon Fellowship Program