Property NSW is delivering the procurement of a new Whole of Government Integrated Security Contract. The contract will commence as soon as practicable after the expiration of the current contract on 3 July 2019 and is proposed to run for 3 years plus 4 x 1 year options.
Property NSW is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitable security suppliers. Registration for this EOI will ensure the supplier is notified when the Request For Tender (RFT) is shortly released to market, however EOI registration is not mandatory to respond to the RFT opportunity.
This EOI contains a revised scope of works from the current Whole of Government security contract. Providers are invited to download the document and provide feedback or comments on the document and scope of services to Property NSW at email@example.com
The scope of the Services of the Contract includes:
- Armed Guards
- Alarm Monitoring, Response and Patrol Guards
- Control Room Operators
- Crowd Control Guards
- Electronic Security Services
- Cash in in Transit – Soft Skin or Armoured
The Contract is divided into 7 contract region packages across NSW. A sufficient number of Contractors will be appointed to a panel to adequately service the Customers’ needs in NSW under the Head Agreement. Proponents will be able to submit for one or more regions. There is a strong preference for the Contractor to supply an extensive range of goods and services within each Region for which they are appointed. Capacity to provide services directly, rather than via sub-contracting arrangements, is preferred.
The contract is a standing offer arrangement or panel contract. This is a contract made between Property NSW and a supplier or suppliers. Property NSW makes it with the supplier for the benefit of customer agencies i.e. does not necessarily buy any goods or services from the supplier. Under the panel contract, the supplier agrees to provide services to a customer agency if an order is placed by an eligible customer.
The combined value of all agency customer contracts under the whole of government arrangement, ranging from small to large engagements, is estimated to be $50 to $60 million per annum. This contract is not the only opportunity to supply security services to the NSW government.
Close Date & Time: 30-Jun-2019 11:00 AM