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Detention and Supervision Orders (DSO) Medical Expert Panel
Issued By Department of Justice and Community Safety
Advanced Tender Notice
Status:
Closed
Number:
ATN 008/22-23
Estimated Advertising Date:
30 November 2022 09:00 am
UNSPSC
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Description

This Advanced Tender Notice is issued to alert the market of an important Expression of Interest (EOI) estimated to be released on 30 November 2022 for the Department of Justice and Community Safety (DJCS) Detention Supervision Orders (DSO) Medical Expert Panel.

 

As part of the EOI response, information from medical experts (Offerers) will help DJCS understand the availability of these services in the current supplier market and proceed to develop a shortlist of suitably qualified providers interested in delivering DSO Assessments of eligible offenders, to comply with the legislative requirements and eligibility criteria of the Serious Offenders Act 2018. The second stage of this procurement process will be a direct Request for Tender (RFT). Only EOI shortlisted Offerers that meet the mandatory criteria of the EOI, will be invited to respond to the RFT so it is imperative that interested, and suitably qualified Offerers respond to the EOI.

 

The range of assessments required include neuropsychological, psychiatric, and functional assessments, including occupational therapy and autism spectrum disorder. DJCS therefore anticipates that shortlisted Offerers will be suitably qualified psychologists, psychiatrists, and other health providers, able to provide relevant DSO Assessment Reports. More information and details of services sought will be available in the EOI.

 

This is a public EOI and any Offerers interested in supplying services for a period of up to 7 years are be invited to respond.