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Industry Briefing Materials - Data Collection Solution RFT
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Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Darwin, Hobart
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) intends to release an open Request for Tender (RFT) in mid-August to engage a strategic partner (or consortia) to support the delivery of a Data Collection Solution (DCS). APRA will be seeking to procure the Software, Systems Integration and Support and Maintenance capabilities necessary to deliver the DCS.
APRA has undertaken a review of its existing data collection processes as part of an ongoing transformation agenda. This review has identified a number of areas for improvement and desired business outcomes, informed by consultation with reporting entities. APRA requires a suitable strategic partner (or consortia) with the capacity to successfully deliver the required functionality within specified timeframes. Further detail will be provided in the RFT package.
An Industry Briefing for prospective Tenderers was held on Tuesday 31 July via webinar. The slides and questions and answers from the Industry Briefing can be found in the ‘ATM Documents’ section of this notice.
Due to the sensitive nature of the information that will be provided with the RFT, APRA requires that prospective Tenderers sign and return a Confidentiality Deed Poll prior to release of certain RFT materials. If you intend to respond to this RFT, please sign and return the Confidentiality Deed Poll found in the ‘ATM Documents’ section of this notice by email to Victor Huang at the following address:
Timeframes will be specified in the RFT