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The Australasian Railway Association has made 21 recommendations for simplifying and reducing the cost and time required to tender rolling stock and signalling contracts.
‘Australian tendering costs are higher than global benchmarks and that makes it harder to get projects out of the planning phase into delivery’, explained ARA Chief Executive Officer Caroline Wilkie on May 14. ‘Small measures like a one-time-only pre-qualification process and standardised templates, terms and conditions would make a big difference and reduce costs for both government and the private sector.’
ARA’s recommendations cover:
Wilkie said a New South Wales government action plan had set the standard for better procurement processes, and suggested that this should form the basis for a nationally consistent approach which would ‘cut red tape and focus tender discussions on the all-important project outcomes’.
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