ICT Tender Moratorium over Christmas
- The Queensland Government is very aware that responding to tenders over the Christmas period can be problematic for suppliers, so with this in mind there will be a moratorium for ICT tenders which extends from Monday 11 December 2023 until Friday 12 January 2024.
- Whilst it is expected that most ICT procurement activity can accommodate this moratorium, it is recognised that there may be emergent needs or circumstances that require exception to this general rule.
If you require further information please contact Matthew Rose, Industry Engagement on firstname.lastname@example.org
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