Mia part of consortium to deliver Federal Government industry tender writing workshops

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Mia is part of a new national consortium that has been appointed to a panel of providers established by the Federal Department of Industry, Innovation and Science to deliver learning content to small and medium businesses across Australia.

Spearheaded by Mainline Solutions, the consortium will develop and deliver a range of Writing Tenders Learning Events (workshops of various lengths, webinars, eLearning and masterclasses) as part of the Department’s Entrepreneurs’ Programme. In addition to Mainline Solutions (NSW) and Mia Consulting Services (Vic), other members of the consortium include Landell Corporation (Vic), Local Roaming (Qld) and Lange Consulting & Software (ACT).

The collective experience of these five organisations encompasses in-depth knowledge and understanding of federal and state government procurement environments and processes across Australia, complementing combined workshop delivery expertise. As evidenced by Mia’s long history of delivering Winning Government Business workshops on behalf of Small Business Victoria, in addition to our Government Bid Writing workshops, Mia has a wealth of experience and knowledge to make a valuable contribution.

Appointment to the DIIS panel of providers spans three years, commencing 17 March 2017. The consortium is looking forward to working together to develop market-leading learning content, founded on combined knowledge and expertise, to be delivered by quality processes. In addition to the online components, face-to-face events will be delivered in all capital cities (Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Darwin), as well as a large number of regional centres.

This also paves the way for the consortium to seek similar opportunities with other government departments. Mia is very proud and excited to be involved.

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