NSW Health Infrastructure seeks IT advice

Summary:NSW Health Infrastructure has put the call out for industry to provide ad hoc advice on its major projects, and establish a reference group for longer-term project oversight.

NSW Health Infrastructure has put the call out for industry to provide ad hoc advice on its major projects, and establish a reference group for longer-term project oversight.

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Health Infrastructure, which was set up by NSW Health in 2007 to manage health infrastructure projects above $10 million in value, released the expressions of interest documents yesterday, stating that it was seeking those with health or major project experience.

Successful applicants would provide advice to Health Infrastructure on an as-required basis, such as during key stages of project development. Applicants could also apply to be considered in its Expert Reference Group (ERG), responsible for tasks, such as reviewing plans and strategies adopted by project teams over a 12-month period. It expects the ERG to consist of three to four people, with one of those acting as chair.

While the services that Health Infrastructure is seeking advice on cover a large number of industries, it also includes IT support services; specifically, systems architecture and software integration and development advice.

Health Infrastructure will be assessing applicants based on previous experience and their proposed hourly and daily rates for providing advice.

Topics: Health, Government, Government : AU

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