Suppliers, tenders and grants
Beyond Blue procurement policy requires that all suppliers, including grant recipients, are formally engaged prior to the commencement of work. Although many of our supply arrangements are governed by specific supply agreements negotiated with the relevant suppliers, you can review our general conditions for the supply of goods and general conditions for the provision of services.
From time to time, and in line with its procurement policies, Beyond Blue may conduct tenders for the supply of goods and/or services.
Requests for tenders
Open tenders may be advertised in the tenders pages of national newspapers, with documentation available for download.
Invitations to participate in a select tender will be sent via email to the nominated contact of registered suppliers.
If you have any questions regarding any Beyond Blue tender, please email our tenders team.
Request for Proposal – Be You Evaluation
Beyond Blue is inviting suitably qualified and experienced Service Providers to submit a proposal for the evaluation of Be You.
Be You is part of the Australian Government’s National Support for Child and Youth Mental Health Program. Be You supports pre-service and current educators in Early Learning Services and primary and secondary schools to promote child and adolescent wellbeing and mental health.
The aims of the Evaluation are to:
- evaluate the implementation, outcomes and impacts of Be You over the period from launch until June 2021
- develop tools, processes and systems that will allow Beyond Blue and participating early learning services and schools to successfully assess outcomes of Be You for the next 10 years and to enable continuous quality improvement of Be You.
Closing date for proposal responses: 5.00pm (AEST) Monday, 23 December 2019. Late applications will not be accepted.
To obtain the Request For Proposal documentation, please download.
What is the Beyond Blue Reconciliation Action Plan?
Beyond Blue launched its Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan 2018-2020 in March 2018. The Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is our plan of concrete actions that will guide us as we continue to deliver inclusive and culturally appropriate services that reflect the lives and experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It will help to create a culturally safe organisation and support mental health and social and emotional wellbeing.
Why is Reconciliation important?
With estimations that socio-economic status contributes 30 to 50 per cent of the gap in life expectancy between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, one of the ways that Beyond Blue supports the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is through supporting economic and employment opportunities.
Where can I find more information?
Information about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social and emotional wellbeing can be found on the Beyond Blue website.
Further examples of the kinds of actions that support reconciliation and wellbeing:
What does Beyond Blue require?
As we do with information on how the Service Provider promotes mental health in the workplace (referring to www.headsup.org.au for more information), within the Request for Proposal Beyond Blue now asks Service Providers to provide information on how they support (or intend to support) reconciliation and/or the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities.
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