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Targeted Research on COVID and Family Violence in Victoria
Issued By Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)
Request for Tender
Status:
Open
Number:
C9358
Contract Number
C9358
UNSPSC
Comprehensive health services

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Description 

The organisation is seeking suitably qualified and experienced Victorian-based consortia to undertake targeted research to:

    • contribute to the family violence and sexual assault evidence base within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, and
    • test mechanisms of collaborative and multidisciplinary research through fostering partnerships, information sharing, and capability building between universities, sector and government.

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the prevalence and patterns of family violence and has rapidly transformed how government and services respond to family violence and sexual assault. The organisation is looking to commission research into the changes to drivers, presentation, risk and intensity of family violence and sexual assault in Victoria during and in recovery from the pandemic, as well as the impacts of service innovations and changes to responses for family violence and sexual assault services and clients.

Family Safety Victoria is seeking research to be delivered by consortia comprising of one or more Victorian universities, and one or more family violence or sexual assault sector organisations and/or peak organisations. Collaboration with the broader community services sector should also be considered where relevant to the proposed research project.

Proposed partnerships should foster collaboration across academic disciplines, universities and community services sectors as relevant to the research questions. Multidisciplinary proposals, proposals that draw on expertise from across multiple Victorian universities, and those that recognise the interrelationships between family violence and sexual assault and other community services and needs will be highly regarded.

The organisation will use lessons from the test of collaborative research mechanisms to inform the development of a whole of Victorian government family violence research program. The research program will develop and support innovative ways for government, Victorian universities, and the family violence and sexual assault prevention and response sectors to work together to strengthen the family violence evidence-base and improve how research is shared and implemented. 

The organisation expects to commission multiple projects through this request for tender process.

Specification Documents 

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  • DHHS - Standard long form agreement C9358   
    • Version 1 (15/12/2020)
    • Available by Download   (133 KB)
  • Request for Tender - Targeted Research Projects on COVID-19 and Family Violence FINAL1   
    • Version 1 (15/12/2020)
    • Available by Download   (215 KB)
  • Question Answer Template C9358 No.1   
    • Version 1 (22/12/2020)
    • Available by Download   (63 KB)
  • Question & Answer Template C9358 - No. 2   
    • Version 1 (22/12/2020)
    • Available by Download   (66 KB)
  • RFT C9358 Information Session Presentation Slides   
    • Version 1 (22/01/2021)
    • Available by Download   (330 KB)
  • RFT C9358 Information Session Question Answer Register   
    • Version 1 (22/01/2021)
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  • RFT C9358 Question Answer Document No. 3   
    • Version 1 (22/01/2021)
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  • RFT C9358 VSAC Information Sheet   
    • Version 1 (22/01/2021)
    • Available by Download   (28 KB)

Responses 

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Tender closes at 11 February 2021 02:00 PM
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Briefings 

Targeted Research on COVID and Family Violence in Victoria
A briefing session will be held on 19 January 2021 11:00 AM.
Notes: Briefing Session is an Online Meeting via Microsoft Teams Tenderers must provide nominations to attend the information session by emailing Michelle Hall at michelle.hall@familysafety.vic.gov.au no later than 3:00 pm, 18 January 2021.RSVP is essential.The following details are required:a. tenderer’s name; andb. full name of the tenderer’s representative/s, including confirmation of the primary representative.
Registration closes on 18 January 2021 03:00 PM

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