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Tenders open for Corrections and Justice non-violence and safety programmes

January 25, 2018 at 4:46 PM

*From the NZFVC*

Department of Corrections and Ministry of Justice tender processes for non-violence and safety programmes are now open.

These are for contracts commencing 1 July 2018.

Department of Corrections and Ministry of Justice tender for non-violence programmes

Corrections and Justice are aligning contracts for family violence perpetrator programmes across New Zealand, as part of the government's multi-agency approach to addressing family violence. Providers can tender for non-violence programmes for Corrections, Justice or both agencies. Request for proposals are now available on GETS with the following reference number and direct link: 19386813. Responses are due by 27 February 2018.

There is a separate but aligned tender for Justice funded safety programmes (see below). If you are interested in one or both of these tender opportunities, or just want information about the tenders, you will need to be registered on GETS – the direct link is gets.govt.nz.

Ministry of Justice tender for safety programmes

The Ministry of Justice is seeking providers for safety programmes for adults and children. Request for proposals are now available on GETS with the following reference number and direct link: 19386881. Responses are due by 27 February 2018. If you are interested in this tender opportunity, or just want information about the tender, you will need to be registered on GETS – the direct link is gets.govt.nz.

Related information

Information on the government’s cross-agency family violence and sexual violence work programme is available on the Ministry of Justice website.



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