New Zealand - Residues & contaminants, microbiological indicators and integrity: Operating and testing Assurance Programmes

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Opportunity closing date
29 November 2019
Opportunity publication date
07 October 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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New Zealand Food Safety (NZFS), as a business unit within the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), provides policy and regulatory advice, market access and trade services, and manages the food safety regulatory system. NZFS leads New Zealand’s food safety system, protecting the health and wellbeing of consumers here and overseas. We help guard the international reputation of New Zealand food products and set and monitor food standards.
This Notice of Information (Advance Notice) is to advise we will be going to market shortly for a range of co-ordination of sampling, testing, technical expertise and support services for the New Zealand Food Safety (NZFS) Assurance Programmes: National Chemical Contaminants Programme (NCCP), Independent Verification Programme (IVP), National Chemical Residues Programme (NCRP) and the Food Residues Survey Programme (FRSP).
The services we will be looking for are an essential component of the NZFS Assurance Programmes. Involvement will be challenging and demanding at times, but offers an opportunity to actively contribute to MPI’s vision New Zealand will be the world’s most sustainable provider of high-value food and primary products.
The information attached is for reference only and is intended to allow interested suppliers to start thinking about whether or not they wish to be part of this exciting and important programme, ahead of the RFP being released. At this stage we expect the RFP to be available on GETS in late November.

Opportunity closing date
29 November 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed

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Ministry for Primary Industries New Zealand

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