Major Office Machines (MOMs) Request for Tender (RFT) Released

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John Sheridan - CIO & CISO
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I am pleased to announce that a Request for Tender (RFT) to establish a Major Office Machines (MOMs) panel of suppliers for the Australian Government has just been released on AusTender. The MOMs Panel will offer purchase and lease contractual arrangements for the following MOMs product and service categories: 

  • Category 1: Network Printers
  • Category 2: Multifunction Devices (MFDs)
  • Category 3: Scanners
  • Category 4: Ancillary MOMs Products
  • Category 5: MOMs Optional Services

This RFT presents an exciting opportunity for MOMs providers to establish a long term relationship with the Australian Government that not only meets the Government’s current MOMs requirements, but also provides flexibility to adapt to changing technologies and requirements.  

Tender responses must be lodged electronically though AusTender (www.tenders.gov.au) using the ATM ID RFT FIN15BPAM2705 by 2pm (Canberra Local Time), 26 April 2016.

An Industry Briefing will be given in March to provide prospective Tenderers with an overview the RFT documentation and guidance on responding to the RFT. Details for this are on AusTender.

If you have any questions about the RFT Process, these should be addressed to the Tender Officer at MOMtender@finance.gov.au.

I would also like to thank everyone who provided feedback on my recent post with the draft Statement of Requirement and Service Levels. We received 18 responses from industry and government entities, with many practical suggestions and comments.  Finance has reviewed these documents in the light of the feedback provided, and made some changes to clarify requirements.

John

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