Tenders

Electronic Tendering

Council has recently moved to an E-Procurement  system through Tenderlink.  Future 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.

Tenderlink Logo

 

 

 


CURRENT TENDERS

REGISTRATION OF AVAILABILITY FOR PERIOD 01/10/2017 to 30/09/2018

PLANT HIRE

Hirers of plant for excavating, earth moving and road making are invited to register their equipment for hire on an as required basis for the hire period 01/10/2017 to 30/09/2018. 

Plant Hire 2017-18 - Registration Form
Plant Hire Schedule for  2017-2018

SUPPLY OF CRUSHED ROCK, GRAVELS AND SANDS

Suppliers of crushed rock, gravels and sands suitable for use in municipal works are invited to register their products for supply on an as required basis for the period 01/10/2017 to 30/09/2018.

Road Base 2017-18 - Registration Form
Supply of Road Base Schedule for 2017-2018

Registrations must conform to the requirements of the registration documents which are available above or by phoning 03 6254 5000.

Registrations will only be accepted if contained in a sealed envelope and clearly marked “Registration – Plant Hire” or “Registration – Supply of Crushed Rock etc” and either deposited in the tender box located at the Council Office, 71 High Street, Oatlands or received via Australia Post (PO Box 21, Oatlands 7120) prior to the closing time.

Registrations close at 4.00pm on Monday, 19th September 2017.

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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