BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH PROGRAMME 2010/11 – CALL FOR PROPOSALS
You are invited to tender for the following research projects:
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||Ocean acidification in fisheries habitat |
||Development of a national Marine Environment Monitoring Programme (MEMP)|
Terms and Conditions
This invitation is extended under the Ministry of Fisheries Terms and Conditions of Research Contracts. This document can be viewed on the Ministry’s website at: Terms & Conditions of Research Contracts
The Ministry has a range of obligations to iwi and with various Deeds of Settlement. The Ministry will identify those obligations in the tender documents and will apply appropriate weight to those obligations when evaluating tenders. Therefore any tender opportunity issued by the Ministry which identifies obligations to iwi must include as part of the tenderer’s methodology how those obligations will be honoured.
Note obligations to iwi do not solely relate to customary research, but can be included in species specific research where there is a link between the species and customary practice
Sustainable Work Practice:
The Ministry is currently developing principles in relation to sustainable work practice. One of the elements being considered is the sustainable work practices employed by the Ministry’s contractors. Future tender evaluation practice may include a weighting for contractor with less environmental impact.
Please note that the completeness of proposals, their format, and the number of copies provided is important to the evaluation process. For instructions on how to complete these schedules please refer to the Submission Information & Instructions document which can be viewed on the Ministry’s website at: Research Proposal/Tender Information & Instructions
If you wish to submit a proposal for the project being invited please use the proposal template. This template can be obtained by emailing email@example.com
Proposals must be received at the address given in the Submission Information & Instructions document by 5.00pm on Thursday, 12th May 2011.
Please note that this invitation to submit a proposal contract does not in any way provide an assurance that the proposal will be accepted.
All queries regarding this email, the submission of a proposal, or the proposal process, should be addressed to :
Ministry of Fisheries
Ph: 04 819 4248
All tenders should be sent to:
Ministry of Fisheries
PO Box 1020