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Hosting, Maintenance and Data Content Management for the National Public Toilet Map and Bladder Bowel websites.
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The Toilet Map (www.toiletmap.gov.au) assists people with incontinence to lead independent lives by providing locations, opening times and disability access information for over 16,000 publicly accessible toilets across Australia. Access is also available via mobile phones and a free Apple iPhone application. The Toilet Map currently attracts over 1,000 users each day, with peaks in excess of 2,000 users in a single day.
Through an external provider, geospatial location data is collected from more than 1,000 local councils and other organisations. From November 2009 up to date toilet map data is loaded monthly to www.data.australia.gov.au to support the Government's Open Access to Public Sector Information Principle, thereby facilitating free public access to the data.
The Bladder Bowel Website (www.bladderbowel.gov.au) provides information about bladder and bowel health to a range of people including those at risk of, or living with incontinence, their carers and families. Information is also available for Health Professionals and Service Providers. The Bladder Bowel website provides access to a large range of resources including publications for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from cultural and linguistically diverse communities.
All enquiries relating to this process should be made in writing between Monday to Thursday.
Tenderers are required to be part of the Australian Government's Department of Finance and Deregulation Multi-Use List for Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
Tender submissions will close on 2 March 2011. The contract term will commence on execution of the contract and continue, subject to satisfactory successful tenderer performance and continued need, up until June 2014, with three (3) twelve month options to extend (subject to Departmental discretion).
The Toilet Map will be required to be functioning to full capacity by 15 September 2012 and ready to go live on 1 October 2012.