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FRASER COAST BUSINESSES REQUIRED TO SUPPLY GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS WITH GOODS & SERVICES

March 3rd, 2011

DEPT OF EDUCATION & TRAINING
REQUIRES SUPPLIERS OF GOODS/SERVICES IN THE FRASER COAST

Hello,

My name is Matt Anderson and I am contacting you on behalf of the
Department of Education and Training. We are currently in the process of
creating a number of Preferred Supplier Arrangements which will set up
contracts between suppliers of goods and educational and training
institutes. We are investigating prospective suppliers in your local
area and would greatly appreciate your assistance in locating some
suitable candidates.

If you have a local business directory, could you please send a copy to:

Matt Anderson
Education House
30 Mary Street
Brisbane QLD 4000

Alternatively could you please send us a list of the following suppliers
in your area. Suppliers of:
*	Food products
*	Limited to businesses that supply food to
businesses/organisations
*	Art and craft products
*	Suppliers, wholesalers or outlets
*	Sporting goods
*	Suppliers, wholesalers or outlets

Although we are looking at businesses in your local area, please do not
limit your response to "local businesses" as such, we are looking for
all businesses that fit the above categories in your area including
chain stores, national companies and local businesses.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me directly.

Your assistance in this matter is greatly appreciated,

Kind regards,

Matt Anderson

Matt Anderson Procurement Graduate | Business Services Category
Corporate Procurement Branch
Department of Education and Training

Floor 13 | Education House | 30 Mary Street | Brisbane Qld 4000
T 323 71196 | F 322 91767 | E Matthew.ANDERSON@deta.qld.gov.au |
http://deta.qld.gov.au/
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