DHSChild and Youth Mental Health Service Redesign Demonstration Projects
Emailed submissions may be accepted at the discretion of the Department. Service providers wishing to lodge an electronic submission must contact Mr Bill MacDonald (telephone 03-9096 7971 or email ) at least two working days before the closing date. Late submissions may be accepted if the Department considers that genuine and reasonable extenuating circumstances exist. Service providers should contact the Department before the specified closing time in order for such circumstances to be considered. Incomplete submissions will be accepted at the Department’s discretion.
Submissions forwarded through Australia Post should be posted (addressed as above) to ensure receipt no later than the closing time (registered post is recommended).
Submissions must be signed and dated by an authorised officer of the service provider.
An original and three copies of the entire submission must be submitted.
All submissions must be in English.
Submissions will be opened after the closing time for submissions and notification of receipt will be forwarded to each service provider.
Requests for Further Information
Clarification of Processes
Service providers may telephone Mr Bill MacDonald on 03-9096 7971 to clarify matters relating to the submissions process, or to clarify aspects of the specification. Verbal explanations or instructions given to service providers prior to the acceptance of any submission shall not bind DHS.
An information session will be held to brief parties interested in preparing a submission for the Child and Youth Mental Health Service Redesign Demonstration Projects. Details are:
Date:Thursday 4 September 2008
Venue:Room 1.02, level 1, DHS, 50 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.
Please contact Mr Mario Nicolosi by close of business on Friday 29 August 2008 to confirm your attendance at the information session. Mario can be contacted by ringing (03)-9096 7577 or emailing
Additional Information Required by DHS
Should information additional to that contained in a submission be required while submissions are being considered by DHS, written information and/or interviews may be requested at no cost to DHS.
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