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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 13 Hansard (29 November) . . Page.. 5214 ..


Ms Fitzharris: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) (i)

a. Please refer to contract H1433282 on the ACT Government Contracts Register for all contract information that is not considered confidential text in accordance with the Government Procurement Act 2001 (ACT).

b. Yes.

c. This consultancy provided ACT Health with advisory and technical support for the development of a tender for a new domestic and environmental services contract, as well as support in the evaluation and contract negotiation phases. ACT Health successfully negotiated the following contract clauses with the preferred provider:

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an agreed abatement schedule and process to deliver enhanced quality measures and Key Performance Indicators

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an enhanced waste management plan that is designed to increase recycling in all ACT Health facilities

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an enhanced ICT platform for the ISS Help Desk, and

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improved cleaning response times for operating theatres.

(ii)

a. Please refer to the work orders under panel contract 2012.15098.377 on the ACT Government Contracts Register for all contract information that is not considered confidential text in accordance with the Government Procurement Act 2001 (ACT).

b. Both contracts were completed on time.

c. Phase 1 delivered all planning, analysis and preparation to approach the market for multiple procurement activities for ICT Solutions for University Canberra Hospital.

Phase 2 delivered assistance for multiple procurement processes to approach market, gave in-depth advice on the vendors' products and provided tactical expertise and knowledge during vendor interactions, in particular during briefings and contract negotiations.

(iii)

a. Please refer to contract 2016-2074 on the ACT Government Contracts Register for all contract information that is not considered confidential text in accordance with the Government Procurement Act 2001 (ACT).

b. No the contract was not completed on time due to the inability of ACT Health to provide specific data to Ernst and Young.

c. ACT Health did not accept the report produced by Ernst and Young and therefore implemented no changes to community health service provision as a result of this report.

(iv)

a. For Phase 1 please refer to contract H1619481 on the ACT Government Contracts Register for all contract information that is not considered confidential text in accordance with the Government Procurement Act 2001 (ACT).

For Phase 2 please refer to contract DGC16/378 on the ACT Government Contracts Register for all contract information that is not considered confidential text in accordance with the Government Procurement Act 2001 (ACT).


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