|RFx ID :||26764596|
|Tender Name :||HDC23-011 Animal and Noise Control Services|
|Reference # :||HDC23-011|
|Open Date :||Q1 2023|
|Indicative RFx Release Date :||Q1 2023 [?]|
|Tender Type :||Future Procurement Opportunity (FPO)|
|Project Status :||Initial development [?]|
|Expected number of contracts offered :||1|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
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This contract involves animal control and noise investigation and control of noise related complaints within the urban and rural area of Hauraki District.
Hauraki District Council is seeking a contractor who will promote the Vision and Values of Hauraki District Council and promote its goals of providing a safe and satisfactory environment while minimizing costs and increasing customer satisfaction within the district whilst undertaking these procedures.
Vision: to be an empowered, flexible, service focused organization
Values: Respect, Commitment, Communication, Positive Attitude
To do this the Hauraki Way (right attitude and quality service) we are looking for a contractor that will:
Live by our values
Look for solutions
Apply best practice in decision making
Have the right people with the right skills
This is a Future Procurement Opportunity (FPO). A FPO has replaced the Annual Procurement Plan information previously available to suppliers on MBIE’s website. A FPO is an alert to suppliers of potential upcoming procurement activity. It does not represent a commitment to procure but provides an indication to the market about the potential future activity.
Suppliers can subscribe to this FPO. HDC may use this supplier list to learn of potential respondents. If an RFx is released, the FPO will be linked to the RFx. If an open tender process is to be used, those suppliers who have subscribed to the FPO will get automatically notified of the RFx being released. If a closed tender process is to be used, suppliers will be invited directly to participate.
No information is required to be submitted in response to this FPO.
Questions may be directed to the point of contact from 23rd January 2023. Please note however, due to where we are in our planning there is limited further information available.