Supplying disaster needs and impact assessment services
During a disaster, the Department of Treaty, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, Communities and the Arts works with government and non-government organisations to provide a range of supports and services to help people living in affected communities.
Needs and impact assessment services help the department to understand the impact of each disaster and what supports and services affected communities will need to enable them to recover.
Standing offer arrangement
During times of disaster, we purchase human and social services from the Standing offer arrangement (SOA) for Disaster Recovery—Human and Social Services.
We're currently expanding our SOA and want businesses that provide needs and impact assessment services to apply.
Successful suppliers can play an important role in helping communities recover from disasters like storms, cyclones, floods, fires and pandemics.
The invitation to offer is now open and will close on 12pm, Monday 28 August 2023.
Regional, remote, First Nations and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) businesses are particularly encouraged to apply.
To apply or for more information, view the tender documents.
If you have any questions about the invitation documentation, including specification questions, closing times and late offers/submission, email CorpProcurement@chde.qld.gov.au.
- Last reviewed: 18 Jul 2023
- Last updated: 18 Jul 2023