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23.07.2020, 16:41

Expression of Interest – IBM TRIRIGA® IWMS (No. E-2020-354)

Tenders, EMEA, Americas, APAC, United Kingdom
The Council of the City of Sydney invites Expressions of Interest (EoI) for specialist TRIRIGA Integrated Workplace Management System (IWM) Remediation & Implementation services relating to its portfolio of around 250 properties. EoI are invited from qualified vendors globally.


The Council is both a tenant and a landlord. Properties include heritage-listed buildings, offices, community centres, libraries, child care centres, aquatic and sports facilities and retail buildings. IBM TRIRIGA is used by over 100 City employees and suppliers to manage this portfolio.


The City is seeking TRIRIGA specialist services to improve the existing implementation of the TRIRIGA Property and Facilities Management modules and to introduce TRIRIGA Space and Capital Project Management modules. Ongoing hosting, support and maintenance of TRIRIGA is also required.


Respondents are required to detail their experience and capability to deliver the services, outline their IBM Partner status and relevant endorsements, and demonstrate their financial integrity and WHS compliance.


EOI documents can be obtained by registering through the e-tendering portal at If you experience difficulties accessing this website please contact the Tenderlink helpdesk on +61 1800 233 533.


Tender enquiries should be directed to the online forum for this EOI in the Tenderlink portal (Registration has no cost) or the Procurement Representative if required.


The City encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait owned businesses, Social enterprises (including Cooperatives) and Local SME / Startups to work with us and respond to any opportunity. Mentoring for Tendering to Local Government for the above potential suppliers is available from the City of Sydney Procurement Manager.


The Closing date is detailed in the EOI documentation, with any updates emailed to your tenderlink registration.


Visit for more detailed information about the tender.




Monica Barone

Chief Executive Officer















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