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Standing offer for outsourcing digitisation services for photographic materials, aerial film and microforms
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Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Darwin, Hobart
This Approach to Market (ATM) is for the establishment of a Deed of Standing Offer Arrangement (DoSO) for the provision of a panel of experienced suppliers to provide end to end digitisation services for photographic materials, aerial film and microforms using procedures endorsed by the National Archives of Australia (National Archives).
A non-mandatory industry briefing will be available on 14 July 2021, refer to ATM document for further details and booking contact details.
The Customer will exclude a Response from further consideration if at any time before a Deed of Standing Offer is executed the Potential Supplier does not provide:
a) a Valid and Satisfactory Statement of Tax Record by the Closing Time, or a receipt demonstrating that a Statement of Tax Record has been requested from the Australian Taxation Office by the Closing Time; and
b) for any Subcontractor that the Potential Supplier proposes to engage to deliver Goods or Services with an estimated value of over $4 million (GST inclusive), a Valid and Satisfactory Statement of Tax Record for that Subcontractor.
In any case, the Customer will exclude a Response from further consideration unless the Supplier has provided all required Valid and Satisfactory Statements of Tax Record no later than 4 business days from the Closing Time and before the award of any contract, whichever is earlier.
The Lead Customer will also exclude from participation any Potential Supplier that does not exist as a legal entity at the Closing Time and does not demonstrate compliance with:
c) The CCS DoSO response form
d) Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986: https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2016C01056
e) Mandatory Capability 1: Transport, Storage, Security and Project Management in the CCS DoSO response form
The National Archives wishes to establish this panel for five years (with options to extend at the sole discretion of the National Archives).