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Tender No: 2019-037

Closing Date: 14/11/2018 at 2.00pm


Wellington Shire Council, on behalf of Bass Coast Shire Council, East Gippsland Shire Council, South Gippsland Shire Council invites tender submissions from Professional Advisory Services Organisations for the development of a comprehensive design of a Shared Services Operating Model which will cover elements such as Value Delivery, Business Process, ERP Design & Technical Specifications and Support Organisation.


The proposed commencement timeframe is early January 2019 and completion on or before 30 June 2019 by negotiation.


Wellington Shire Council is the managing Council for this proposed contract and all tenderers must register with Wellington Shire Council to obtain the tender documents. Please follow this link to register http://www.wellington.vic.gov.au/Your-Council/Doing-Business-With-Council/Current-Tenders.


Tenders must be lodged in the tender box at the Wellington Shire Council Sale Service Centre, 18 Desailly Street, Sale, no later than 2.00pm Wednesday 14 November 2018.  Along with the hard copy of your submission, a USB containing a PDF version of your submission must also be provided.


The lowest price or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Late or email tenders will not be accepted.


Council's tenders can be downloaded through our eTender portal.  


You will need to be registered with TenderLink to download tender documents. You can register on the website by clicking the Registration button that appears at the top  of the screen when you access the above link. There is no fee to register.


Our tender process

  1. Tender documents are released on Council's eTender portal.
  2. A pre-tender meeting may be held to discuss details of the Tender. The time and date will be listed in the Tender documents.
  3. Tenders close at 12.00 noon on the date specified.   All tenders must be in the Tender Box at the Corporate Centre, 273 Main Street, Bairnsdale or submitted viathe eTender portal before that time and date.
  4. The Tender Box is cleared and tenders are opened. Details of each tender are entered into Council’s tender register.
  5. Tender evaluations are held.
  6. A recommendation is presented to Council / Chief Executive Officer for approval. Where the value of tender is under $250,000 including GST the Chief Executive Officer can award the contract. Where the value of the tender is above these amounts, Council approval is required.
  7. Successful and unsuccessful tenderers are notified.
  8. Contracts are prepared and issued to the successful tenderer for execution.
  9. Contracts are signed and sealed by the successful contractor and executed by Council.
  10. A copy of the contract is returned to the successful contractor.



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