Open for Bids Notice
  • TasALERT Phase 3 Project

  • Request for Tender
  • Current
  • DPAC 2021-06
  • State-wide
  • Wednesday 11/08/2021, at: 04:00 PM

  • Department of Premier and Cabinet
  • 15 Murray Street
  • Hobart Tasmania 7000
  • Information Technology Broadcasting and Telecommunications

This procurement is a covered procurement and is therefore subject to the provisions of one, or several of the Free Trade Agreements listed at the bottom of this page.

The procuring entity reserves the right to conduct negotiations with tenderers during this procurement process.

The Department of Premier and Cabinet (the Department) is responsible for TasALERT, the Tasmanian Government’s official emergency information platform that brings together warnings and information from emergency services and government agencies. The Department is seeking to appoint a provider to deliver end-to-end service for the design and build of a refreshed TasALERT website, the design and build of a new sister website (TasRECOVERY), and the build of a publishing portal that will service the TasALERT and TasRECOVERY websites as well as the Tasmania Fire Service and Tasmania State Emergency Services websites, and the appropriate management of and support for ongoing cloud hosting and maintenance for the TasALERT and TasRECOVERY websites and the publishing portal.  The development critical end date is 30 June 2022, the ongoing hosting and maintenance contract renewal date will be 30/06/2023.


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  • State-wide
  • 17/07/2021
  • From 01/10/2021 to 30/06/2023



  • Sharni Driessen, Project Manager, Emergency Management Communications
Email: sharni.driessen@dpac.tas.gov.au
Lodge a Submission electronically or deliver to:
  • Level 3, 15 Murray Street
  • Hobart Tasmania 7000
  • Sharni Driessen, Project Manager, Emergency Management Communications
Email: sharni.driessen@dpac.tas.gov.au
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