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TA9875/2017
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Tourism Australia
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82111804 - Written translation services
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5-May-2017 4:00 pm (ACT Local Time)
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10-Apr-2017
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ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, WA, QLD, NT, TAS, Overseas
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Request for Tender

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No
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No

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Reqs to be entered

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Conditions for Participation are the minimum mandatory conditions thatRespondents must meet in order for their RFQ response to be considered by Tourism Australia. 

Respondents must satisfy the following Conditions for Participation:

 

 

Item:

Condition:

Able to comply

1

Acknowledgment of RFT Process

 

Having read the Request for Tender documentation, the Tenderer must acknowledge its understanding and acceptance of the RFT process. That process includes the timetable and summary of requirements in Part A, the conditions and process for submission by the tenderer in Part B including the requirements to familiarise themselves with each of the conditions and applicable Commonwealth policy requirements set out in Part B, the basis of evaluation of the tender submitted in Part C, the additional requirements to be met as set out in Part D and the conditions for participation in Part E.

 

The Tenderer must be able to declare in section 5 of this schedule, an acknowledgment of their understanding and acceptance of the RFT process including the  requirements contained within each of Part A, B, C, D and E.

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Standing offer

 

The terms of supply on which the Tenderer’s submission is provided to Tourism Australia in this document will remain consistently the same for at least 120 days from the Closing Time specified in Part A.

 

The Tenderer acknowledges that the terms of their offer made must stand unless otherwise specified

3

Financial Solvency Checks

 

The Tenderer should be financially solvent (and in the case of individuals) should not be bankrupt.

The Tenderer must provide the relevant declaration under Clause 5.

4

Employee Entitlements and work health and safety

 

The Tenderer must not have had a judicial decision made against them relating to employee entitlements and of which they are not satisfying any resulting order from that decision. The Tenderer must also not have had a decision made against them pursuant to the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 and of which they are not satisfying any resulting order regarding failure to protect health and safety of its workers.

Tenderers are required to confirm that they have no such unsettled orders currently against them by signing the declaration contained in any response documents. 

Tenderers must indicate a willingness to comply with health and safety legislation generally, as amended from time to time, including agreeing to comply with any applicable work health and safety law, policy, program or procedure that Tourism Australia may inform the Tenderer.

 

The Tenderer must provide the relevant declaration to each of these items under Clause 5.

5

Workplace Gender Equality

The Tenderer and any subcontractor entity must not have been listed as a noncomplying entity by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency as a result of having failed to comply with the yearly requirement to report on gender equality pursuant to the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012.

The Tenderer acknowledges this process through its submission.

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Entities listed as terrorists or subject to sanctions

 

The Tenderer and any subcontractor entity must not be on the Consolidated List of persons and entities maintained by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. These are persons or entities that are subject to both targeted financial sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1373 (2001)  under the Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 and Australian autonomous sanctions including travel bans as implemented under the Autonomous Sanctions Act 2011.  The ‘Consolidated List’ can be found at www.dfat.gov.au. Tourism Australia will not enter into a contract with a person or organisation on this list. 

 

The Tenderer and any subcontractor entity must not be listed as a terrorist group or organisation.   Please also note that Tourism Australia will not enter into a contract with a person or organisation listed as a terrorist group or organisation pursuant to the Criminal Code Act 1995.  The ‘Listing of Terrorist Organisations’ can be found at the Australian Government’s National Security website

www.nationalsecurity.gov.au.

 

The Tenderer acknowledges this process through submission of its Response.

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Public Disclosure Requirements and right of Audit

All Tenderers must be agreeable to the public disclosure requirements of the Commonwealth allowing Tourism Australia with the right to disclose details about the procurement process (including the names of the Tenderer and the subcontractors) and the right of the Auditor General to access and audit the Tenderer’s information, documents and records including that of their subcontractor entities. 

The responses provided by the Tenderer must indicate their acknowledgement and agreement to comply with these requirements as well as indicate that their subcontractors are aware and also willing to comply. 

The Tenderer accepts this requirement unless otherwise indicated by the Tenderer below. 

 

 

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The proposed contract term is two years. 

The contract will provide for an option to extend the term for a further one year.  There is no guarantee or representation that options will be exercised. 

 

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Tenders must be lodged electronically via AusTender at https://www.tenders.gov.au before the Tender Closing Time and in accordance with the procedures set out in this RFT. Tenders must not be lodged by any other means, including by post, facsimile or email.

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