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Panel Arrangement for Infrastructure Support Services - Multi Vendor Environment
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The Australian Taxation Office intends to establish a panel of suitably qualified and experienced providers of Infrastructure Support Services to assist our Service Operations branch on a range of projects related to the ATO’s move to a mature Multi Vendor Environment.
The ATO requires panellists who understand the demands and complexities of managing multiple vendors within a complex IT environment. Panellists will be expected to have a proven track record in the provision of the required Services within a Multi Vendor / Complex IT Environment.
Services provided under the Panel may include but not be limited to the following:
(a) Strategic design and planning
(b) Implementation of IT Sourcing Programs
(c) Developing service management process interfaces
(d) Planning visualisations in key strategic documentation tailored to specific audiences, including Operational, Executive and Service Providers
Refer to RFT Part 3 for full details of each Condition for Participation
1 Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012
It is a Condition for Participation that a Tenderer (and each subcontractor that Tenderer identifies in its Tender) must – if it’s an organisation to which the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Cth) applies – comply with that Act.
2 Trade Sanctions
It is a Condition for Participation that a Tenderer (and each subcontractor that Tenderer identifies in its Tender) must not be named in the Consolidated list referred to in Regulation 40 the Charter of United Nations (Dealing with Assets) Regulations 2008 (Cth).
3 Judicial decisions relating to employee entitlements
It is a Condition for Participation that a Tenderer (and each subcontractor that Tenderer identifies in its Tender) must not have any unpaid claims in respect of judicial decisions (other than decisions subject to appeal) made against it relating to employee entitlements.
4 Fair Work Principles
The following are Conditions of Participation:
A Tenderer (and each subcontractor that Tenderer identifies in its Tender) must not have any adverse judgments (other than those subject to appeal) against it for a breach of Workplace Laws during the past 2 years that it has not fully complied, or is not fully complying, with.
A Tenderer must submit, with its Tender and by the Closing Time, a declaration in the form set out in Section 2 of this Part 3 Tender Response Form (the Tenderer’s Declaration) that has been completed and signed by the person authorised to sign on behalf of that Tenderer.
If the Required Supplies comprise or include any textiles, clothing or footwear and a Tender is in the textile, clothing and footwear industry – the Tenderer (and each subcontractor in the supply chain for those textiles, clothing or footwear that Tenderer identifies in its Tender) must be accredited with the Homeworkers’ Code of Practice.
For the purposes of these Conditions of Participation, Workplace Laws means all laws relating to work health and safety, discrimination, workers’ compensation, superannuation, or workplace or industrial relations (and includes awards and industrial agreements).
The ATO proposes to enter into a Deed of Standing Offer with the successful tenderer/s for a term of 2 years plus 2 x 6 month options, exercised at the ATO’s sole discretion.