COVID-19 Contact Tracing

From Saturday, 5 December City of Kwinana facilities and venues will be abiding by new contact tracing guidelines set by the State Government. Find out more. 

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Tenders and EOIs

The City of Kwinana is committed to its procurement purpose statement which is aimed at strengthening and maintaining a sustainable community through embracing economic, social and environmental initiatives into its procurement strategies and practices.

The City of Kwinana advertises its tenders via the Tenderlink service. This provides tenderers with a streamlined application process and allows automatic email updates and notifications. The service is free to use once registered. 

The City of Kwinana is committed to its procurement purpose statement which is aimed at strengthening and maintaining a sustainable community through embracing economic, social and environmental initiatives into its procurement strategies and practices.

When tender/quotation/consultancy opportunities arise, the City advertises and list details on its TenderLink portal and the West Australian Newspaper. You will need to create an account to access the free portal.

To log in or create your account, visit the City of Kwinana Tenderlink Portal

Once you have an account, simply log in to view tender/quotation/consultancy opportunities, which include Invitations to Tender, Expressions of Interest, Request for Proposals and Invitations to Quote.

You will also find documents to assist you in making a formal submission.

Why Register for TenderLink?

Once confirmed as a registered supplier, you will receive email notification of any new opportunities we publish. You will also be able to access this portal to:

  • View any associated documentation
  • Participate in Q&A forums
  • Submit electronic bid responses through our secure, e-tender box facility

Should you have any technical questions, queries or problems with the City of Kwinana TenderLink Portal contact TenderLink on 1800 233 533.

Tender, Quotation and Consultant Conditions

The City must also comply with its statutory and probity responsibilities, which are managed through transparent and integrated governance frameworks and well-thought-out value for money principals.

  • All or any submissions are not necessarily accepted.
  • Canvassing of Elected Members, Employees of the City or any member of an Evaluation Panel will be disqualify.
  • Late submissions will not be accepted.

Information for Current Contractors and Suppliers

For more information click on the relevant heading below.

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Contractor Information

WALGA Vendor Panel Marketplace

As part of its response to COVID-19, WALGA has implemented the VendorPanel Marketplace platform to immediately assist Local Government buyers to link with local suppliers and support local economic development.

This Marketplace is aimed at accessing suppliers for low spend, local procurement needs such as trades, and does not entail any WALGA process of prequalification or due diligence to be undertaken by the supplier. Local businesses will be able to more easily access Local Government opportunities with the launch this a sector-wide procurement platform.

For further information and to register, visit the WALGA Vendor Panel website

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