Once the PM/CA is engaged, it is necessary to follow the processes outlined for either engaging a Designer for the Head Contractor Strategy or a Managing Contractor for the Managing Contractor Strategy. The PM/CA is required to either develop a Brief and the DSC-1 2003 or MCC-1 2003 tender documents to enable engagement of a Designer or Managing Contractor, as appropriate. The PD is to review the documents prepared by the PM/CA. Once the ITR/RFT has been advertised, it is the role of the PM/CA to be the point of contact for the ITR/RFT. If engaged, the Probity Adviser can provide advice to the Commonwealth in responding to any clarifications raised or any other issues that arise during the tender and evaluation process. In the absence of a Probity Adviser, DCC should be contacted.
Ensure that all Executive Review and Approval (ERA) requirements of documents as outlined in the CFI Development and Delivery Framework have been met. For ERA thresholds and delegations refer to Approvals page. Include any and all relevant government, legislative and policy requirements, e.g. National Code of Practice, Occupation Health and Safety, Energy Efficiency in Design and Green Building Requirements.
Finalise Brief incorporating DEC outcomes.
Confirm that all Stakeholder and Sponsor requirements are adequately reflected in Brief. This may include updating Base drawings or other specific Base/Site requirements.
PD to review Registration/Tender documents prepared by PM/CA. Legal Review, if required.
Invitation to Register Interest (if two-stage process has been approved) and/or Request for Tender.
Conduct contract negotiations with preferred tenderer, in accordance with approved Negotiation Plan.
Produce Contract Approval Financial submission in accordance with approved TEBR and contract negotiation outcomes.
Appropriate financial delegate to provide Contract Approval.
Raise PO in DEMSID. IDFS will process in ROMAN and load funds against contract. (CFI Guide)
Note: Information contained in Section 5 of the Contract Manual - Vol 2 - Completing the Tender and Contract Documents