Tenders

Electronic Tendering

Council has moved to an E-Procurement  system through Tenderlink.  Not all tenders may be done using this Process.   Please click on the Tenderlink Logo below and you will be re-direceted to Southern Midlands Councils Electronic Tendering Portal.

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CURRENT TENDERS

REQUEST FOR TENDERS

Depot Shed A - Design & Construction of Workshop and Amenities Facility - (Re advertised)

Tenders are invited from suitably qualified and experienced companies to design and reconstruct a Shed at the Council’s depot at 31 Glenelg Street, Oatlands.

Tender documents can be obtained and must be electronically submitted at the Southern Midlands Council website www.southernmidlands.tas.gov.au/tender

A pre-tender site meeting will be held at 10 am Wednesday 9th May 2018. Those wishing to attend must register their interest by 5pm Monday 7th May 2018 by notifying the Project Superintendent Phil Gee, by phoning 0417 305 878 or email to phil@suggee.com.au.

Closing Time for Tenders is: 4.00pm on Thursday 17th May 2018.

T F Kirkwood
General Manager


Code for Tenders and Contracts

The purpose of this Code for Tenders and Contracts is to provide a policy framework on best practice tendering and procurement methods in line with the legislative requirements of the Local Government Act 1993 (the Act) and the Local Government Regulations 2005 (Regulations).

With this Code council aims to achieve the purchasing principles of:

  • open and effective competition;
  • value for money
  • enhancement of the capabilities of local business and industry; and
  • ethical behaviour and fair dealing.

The Local Government Act 1993 requires every council to adopt a code relating to tenders and contracts.

This Code:

  • is consistent with the Act and the Regulations; and
  • includes procedures and guidelines for any prescribed matter.

Southern Midlands Council Code for Tenders and Contracts

 

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