Parliamentary Expenses Management System (PEMS) – EOI - Addenda 04

Author: 
John Sheridan - CIO & CISO
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Hi all,

On Monday 21 August I released the PEMS EOI for your response by Friday 15 September 2017.

This is the fourth addendum to the EOI.

Question 1:

Can you confirm that as a result of the integrated expense management service solution required, that the vehicles will be managed by a contractor outside of the Federal Government Fleet Vehicle Leasing and Fleet Management Contract. ie They will be separated from this SG Fleet arrangement and be supported by a separate contract, which will encompass integrated services.

Response:

Finance confirms that management of the PEMS solution that meets C14 Location Intelligence; and C15 Fleet Reservation and Allocation core capabilities are independent to the Federal Government Fleet Vehicle Leasing and Fleet Management Contract.  The PEMS solution will be supported by a separate contract.

Question 2:

Is FCM the travel management company?  If not, whom?  Also, what Online Booking Tool does that company use.

Response:

FCM is the travel managment system utilised by Finance and IPEA.  Online bookings are undertaken using an FCM propriety tool.

These questions and responses will also be released on Austender.

Please note that I will not be responding to any further questions on the PEMS EOI, as we are now less than 5 busines days before EOI submission closing time.

 

John

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Last updated: 11 September 2017