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Provision of an Expanded and Enhanced Active Surveillance System to Monitor Adverse Events Following Immunisation
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The Department requires an organisation with demonstrated experience in research and surveillance activities, or the ability to create a consortium of experts, to build upon a national active surveillance system capable of actively capturing Adverse Events Following Immunisation with National Immunisation Program (NIP) vaccines.
Immunisation and Communicable Diseases Branch is seeking a Tenderer to build upon and incorporate the existing safety networks to proactively monitor adverse events following immunisation with all National Immunisation Program vaccines, and vaccines of special interest.
The Tenderer should demonstrate their ability to deliver the project as an ongoing national platform for enhanced surveillance activities.
Minimum Content and Format Requirements are set out in clause 12 the Request for Tender
The Tenderer must be able to commence activities set out within the RFT from December 2020. The project will run for a minimum of two years, up to a maximum of four years, subject to negotiation.
Proposed deliverables and due dates are included in Schedule 1, Reporting Requirements.