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Contingent Labour Hire (IT and General) Panel
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Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Darwin, Hobart
Contingent labour is an important part of the ongoing delivery of ATO priorities including improving systems and services for the ATO and its clients.
The new panel will consist of suppliers with the capability and capacity in providing quality Labour Hire Personnel to the ATO across one, two or all of the following three categories:
- Category 1: Customer Service, Corporate Management and Administration Labour Hire Personnel
- Category 2: Tax, Accounting, Law and Finance Labour Hire Personnel
- Category 3: IT, Digital and Data Management Labour Hire Personnel
The ATO expects to hold an Industry Briefing for suppliers, designed to clarify the ATO’s objectives and priorities for this approach to market and to respond to questions arising out of this RFT process. The Industry Brief will be conducted via a Webinar on 20 June 2018. Refer Part 1 for details.
The ATO request Suppliers that intend to respond to the RFT to notify the Contact Officer, by email, of their intention on or before 25 June 2018.
The Suppliers expression to respond or not is not binding and does not form part of the Conditions for Tender. However it will greatly assist in planning for the RFT evaluation.
The Conditions of Participation are set out in Part 3 - Tender Response Form. Before preparing a Tender, a supplier should first ensure that it (and all relevant subcontractors it proposes to identify in its Tender) can meet the Conditions of Participation. The ATO:
- will not consider a supplier's Tender unless that supplier complies (and all its relevant subcontractors comply) with the Conditions of Participation as at the Closing Time.
- will not further consider a supplier's Tender if it (or any of its relevant subcontractors) cease to comply with the Conditions of Participation at any subsequent time in the RFT process, and
- will not enter into a contract with a supplier unless that supplier complies (and all its relevant subcontractors comply) with the Conditions of Participation as at that time.
The ATO proposes to enter into a Contract with the successful tenderer/s:
- substantially in the form set out in the Part 5 Draft Contract, and
- for a term of 3 years with 3 x 1 year extension options.