This procurement activity plan outlines the Authority’s anticipated procurement activity over the next 12 to 24 months. It provides the Authority and potential suppliers with an overview of what the Authority is planning to buy at the category level and individual procurements where information is available.
The procurement activity plan is a live document and will be regularly updated to reflect the Authority’s procurement requirements.
A procurement activity plan is a core component of the Authority’s procurement strategy.
Portable Long Service Authority Procurement Activity Plan 2019-20
|Ref No||Procurement Name||Description||Market Approach||Release Date||Expected Complexity|
|2020/01||Internal Audit Services|| |
Internal audit services to support the effective governance of the Authority. A risk-based approach will identify a program of internal audits over a three-year period.
Board Meeting Software
|To purchase a suitable Board meeting software to support effective and efficient Board meetings||RFQ||August 2019||Transactional|
|2020/03||Corporate Training||Following the first cycle of staff performance development plans, a series of corporate training programs will be sourced.||RFQ||July 2020||Transactional|
|2020/04||Legal Advice||A suitable legal provider will be sourced to help support the Authority in determining a legal position on certain matters.||RFQ||October 2019||Transactional|
|2020/05||Campaign Design and Promotional Artwork|| |
To design promotional campaigns and associated artwork.
|2020/06||Actuarial Services|| |
An actuarial review of all schemes must be completed every three years. A suitably qualified provider is required to lead this actuarial review and report to the Authority’s board.
The Activity Procurement Plan planned procurements are subject to revision or cancellation.
The information in this Annual Activity Procurement Plan is provided for planning purposes only and it does not represent a solicitation or constitute a request for proposal, nor is it a commitment by the Authority to purchase the described goods and/or services.
Estimated market release dates are indicative only and are subject to the endorsement of a suitable procurement strategy.
Reviewed 29 April 2020