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AGSVA has a requirement to access national individual and company financial information as part of the security clearance process. The financial reports must be accurate, complete, consistent, relevant and timely. The release of financial information must be in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
The Contractor shall provide online access to the required financial reports and hard copy printing capability that is compatible and accessible by Defence users.
As per clauses 2.4 and 2.5 of the Conditions of Tender:
2.4 Preparation and Transmission of Classified Tenders
2.4.1 Classified information in tenders is to be avoided where possible. If this cannot be achieved, tenders containing classified information are to be prepared and transmitted as follows:
a. for Australian tenders, in accordance with Principle 71 of the DSPF; and
b. for overseas tenders, in accordance with the applicable industry security information system regulations issued by the appropriate government security authority in their country. If transmission involves transmission by diplomatic bag, the overseas tenderer is to use the diplomatic bag of its own government.
2.4.2 If only part of a tender contains classified information, that part may be segregated from the remainder of the tender for separate transmission. However, both parts of the tender are subject to the Closing Time specified in the Tender Details Schedule. Care should therefore be taken to ensure that sufficient time is allowed for tenders to be received by the Closing Time when secure means of transmission are used.
2.5 Defence Security Requirements
2.5.1 On request by the Commonwealth, the tenderer is to comply with the Commonwealth security clearance and accreditations process as detailed in Principles 23, 40, 72 and 73 of the DSPF, including obtaining the level of security clearance and accreditations required by the Commonwealth.
January 2019 - January 2022