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Please note: Applications for this opportunity closed at 11.59pm on Friday, 28 July 2023.

Request for Tender: Development and Implementation of a National E-Portfolio to Support Prevocational (PGY1 and PGY2) Medical Training in Australia

The Australian Medical Council (AMC) invites interested parties to apply for up to $1.5 million (GST-exclusive) of funding to play a lead role in the development and implementation of a National E-Portfolio that will support prevocational medical training for postgraduate year 1 (PGY1) and postgraduate year 2 (PGY2) doctors nationally.

The National E-Portfolio will ensure that prevocational training for PGY1 and PGY2 doctors in Australia is delivered in a manner consistent with the two-year National Framework for Prevocational Medical Training.

The AMC is seeking to engage a single vendor to deliver required services under contract via this RFT process.

Note: This RFT is designed to support the engagement of a vendor to develop and implement the National E-Portfolio, which may include a limited period of post-implementation support. The AMC may optionally elect to contract the successful tender respondent (future vendor) to provide ongoing support for the solution post-implementation.

RFT Posting Date
Monday, 3 July 2023

RFT Close Date
11.59pm, 28 July 2023

RFT Documentation
The RFT pack consists of the following documents:

RFT Documentation – Additional Information (updated 18/07/2023)
Updated National Framework documentation is available now. To view current versions of documentation referenced in section 1.2 (page 6) of the Detailed Requirements, please follow the links below:

A Q&A form containing de-identified information is also now available. Updates may be made prior to the RFT close date. For further information, please access the latest Q&A form via the link below:

Information Session
A Q&A session pertaining to this RFT will be held at 1.30 – 2:30pm AEST on Wednesday 19 July.

To register your interest in attending, please email with your name, company name and preferred email address for communication by COB Friday 14 July. Please include the term ‘Registration of Interest’ in your email’s subject line.

A Zoom meeting link will be shared with all registered attendees in advance of the session.

Lodgement Details
Responses can be submitted via email to by the RFT Closing Time and Date.

Prospective applicants are requested to read National E-Portfolio RFT documentation carefully and to submit their completed RFT in line with the instructions provided therein.

Applicants should include responses to all evaluation criteria as well as relevant supporting documentation in line with RFT requirements in their submission to the AMC.

Estimated Contract Value in AUD
$1.5 million GST-excl.

Funding Information
The National E-Portfolio project is managed by the AMC and funded by the Health Chief Executives Forum (HCEF). HCEF is an intergovernmental forum for joint decision-making and strategic policy discussions that assists efficient delivery of health services in Australia. The HCEF consists of health department CEOs from each state and territory, and the Australian Government.

For further information or queries pertaining to this RFT, please email the AMC at

All queries should be addressed to the National E-Portfolio Project Manager. The AMC will aim to respond to all emails received within 3 working days.

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