Parliamentary Expenses Management System (PEMS) Expression of Interest (EOI) – Industry briefing

Author: 
Leanne Chaplin

Hi all,

This Industry briefing follows an earlier PEMS Industry briefing and a Market day held in July 2017.    http://finance.gov.au/blog/2017/07/11-PEMS-Industry-Briefing-Presentation-and-Market-Day/

At the PEMS Market day, industry was invited to present on their ability to meet some or all of the 15 core PEMS capabilities to assist the Ministerial and Parliamentary Services (M&PS) team and Independant Parliamentary Expenses Authority (IPEA)in administering and delivering work expenses. 

Consideration of the market day presentations has informed the next activity to obtain solution advice and tender quality pricing for the second pass business case.   

Finance and IPEA will release a draft EOI on Friday 11 August 2017 for comment.  On receipt of industry comment, the EOI will be updated and published for industry response.

In support of the PEMS EOI release, Finance and IPEA will hold an Industry briefing from 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm on Friday 11 August 2017 at:  

50MC Theatre, Department of Education and Training, 50 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra, ACT 2600

The Industry Briefing will also be available to view online live via web-cast. 

If you’re attending the briefing in person, sign in is from 1.00 pm.  Easy access to the 50MC Theatre is available via a side door located on Marcus Clarke St directly opposite the childcare centre.

Please advise your intent to attend the Industry Briefing (in person or on web-cast) via email to AusPEMS@finance.gov.au by 11.00 am Friday 11 August 2017.  We’ll provide you with webcast details on receiving your intent to attend.  If you have any questions before then, you can post them in comments here or use the AusPEMS@finance.gov.au email address.

I look forward to seeing you at the PEMS EOI Industry briefing. 

 

John Sheridan

 

 

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Last updated: 08 August 2017