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Defence Enterprise Resource Planning Strategic Partner and Organisational Change Management Partner
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Defence is seeking to establish arrangements to engage both a long term Strategic Partner and Organisational Change Management (OCM) Partner to provide the necessary content knowledge, insights and direction needed to ensure the success of the Defence Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) business transformation program (the Program).
The Program is expected to deliver end to end business process standardisation, supported by a contemporary technology solution. The Program is an ERP transformation and implementation program that will deliver a near real-time integrated view of critical information, from a single trusted source, to enable all levels of Defence to make better-informed decisions on preparedness and capability management. This will require a major transformation effort across Defence’s finance and logistics (including procurement, engineering and maintenance, and estate) business domains.
The Strategic Partner will provide strategic professional advice to Defence in relation to the Defence ERP program solution, and will be responsible for ensuring the effective management and coordination (working with Defence stakeholders) of the Systems Integrators and other Delivery Partners. The Strategic Partner will be required to develop (in consultation with Defence and other Delivery Partners) detailed Program delivery strategies, including Program-wide RACI models that clearly and effectively describe the responsibilities and accountabilities of all Delivery Partners (and Defence).
The OCM Partner will provide organisational change management services, including in relation to change planning and coordination, stakeholder engagement, learning and capability transfer, leadership and organisational alignment and capability and communications.
The Defence ERP Program is subject to First Pass Government Approval and therefore Tenderers should note that Defence cannot enter into any arrangement with any preferred Tenderer(s) unless and until government approval has been obtained.
The term of the Deed will be six (6) years, with options to extend for a further four (4) x 12 months. The initial contract under the Deed is intended to be for work between First Pass and Second Pass Government Approval.