Superannuation Management System Replacement Industry Briefing

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Finance is seeking to provide advice to industry on a requirement to replace the current Superannuation Management System. 

The system sought is a commercial-off-the-shelf, software as a service, cloud-based solution to manage three existing government defined benefit superannuation schemes and the administration of death and disability arrangements for Judges of the Federal Circuit Court. 

To begin this process Finance is conducting a Superannuation Management System Replacement Industry Briefing on Thursday 12 April 2018 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm where we will provide further information on a Request for Proposal. 

Finance has also announced this on AusTender.

The briefing will be held 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 1.30 pm.

Easy access to the 50MC Theatre is available via a side door located on Marcus Clarke St directly opposite the childcare centre.

Parking is available at the City West Car Park, located nearby. 

https://www.google.com.au/maps/place/50+Marcus+Clarke+St,+Canberra+ACT+2601

Please advise your intent to attend the Industry Briefing (in person or on web-cast) via email to smsrrfp@finance.gov.au no later than 1000 Thursday 12 April 2018.  Finance will 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 email address.

Finance looks forward to seeing you at the Industry Briefing.

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Last updated: 11 April 2018