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Financial Statement Audits of NBN Co. Limited
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The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) is seeking the services of a suitably qualified and accredited organisation for provision of services for the audit of the financial report, and review of the half year financial report of NBN Co. Limited.
The ANAO’s purpose is to support accountability and transparency in the Australian Government sector through independent reporting to the Parliament, and thereby contribute to improved public sector performance.
The ANAO delivers its purpose under the Auditor-General’s mandate in accordance with the Auditor-General Act 1997, the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 and the Public Service Act 1999.
The ANAO’s primary relationship is with the Australian Parliament, particularly the Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit (JCPAA). The committee has functions in relation to the ANAO as specified in the Public Accounts and Audit Committee Act 1951.
The ANAO supports the work of the Parliament by providing input to the Auditor-General’s independent reporting, assurance, opinions and assistance. ANAO assistance to the Parliament also occurs through the provision of submissions and information, appearances and briefings to parliamentarians and committees of the Parliament.
Through the audit and related services provided to the Parliament by the Auditor-General and ANAO, the Australian public can have confidence that the Auditor-General is examining and reporting on the actions of Commonwealth entities and whether public resources are being used economically, efficiently, effectively and ethically.
Tenderer must satisfy the Conditions for Participation and Minimum Content and Format Requirements as set out in the Request for Tender document,
If a tenderer and the tender does not satisfy these both of these requirements, the tender will be excluded from consideration.
Summary of the Condition For Participation:
1. The Tenderer must exist as a legal entity at the Closing Time.
2. The Tenderer must satisfy the requirements at clause 13 (Tenderer Behaviour), 39(c)(iii) (employee entitlements), 39(c)(v) (trade sanctions), 42(c) (Workplace Gender Equality), 45(c) (Payment Times Procurement Connected Policy), 48(c) (Modern Slavery), and 49(b) (Illegal Workers)
3. At the time of providing a Tender response and at all times during the Tender Evaluation Process the Tenderer must be a registered company auditor (as defined in the Corporations Act), and must not be insolvent, bankrupt, in liquidation, or under administration or receivership.
4. Supply all Valid and Satisfactory Statement(s) of Tax Record that are applicable to the Tenderer by the Closing Time.
The anticipated timeframe for the contract is three years with one option to extend for a period of 36 months.