Update on EOI Called for Passport Processing

ANOTHER UPDATE: Seems like DFAT will be looking for a party that can comprehensively deliver the Passport Application Lodgement Services.

It sounds like cherry picking the good bits is not going to get over the line. 

The Australian Government has called for expressions of interest from interested parties for accreditation to process Australian Passports, once Australia Post's current contract expires at the end of June 1017. As with most Government business, the contract will go to open tender and other interested parties can submit a tender to take on the processing of Passport applications. This should be an interesting process.

There has been an addendum published containing new information for the following business opportunity:

ATM Title: Provision of Passport Application Lodgement Services

EOI Passport Application Lodgement Services Industry Briefing Presentation.pdf

Expression of Interest Passport Application Lodgement Services_Schedule 1 Annex A.xlsx

Expression of Interest Passport Application Lodgement Services_Addenda 1.pdf

Cash Out Vs Bank@Post

There is a lot of talk at present about Licensees not being paid for what we term 'cash out' when combined with another transaction in our LPOs. Rest assured - this is not true, no matter what you hear, or from whom! 

​However at present you need to watch your screen or you may find you have fallen victim to the current system error that fails to process the withdrawal in the transaction.

NSW Terry Ashcroft's Trade Show 24 April 2016

The LPOG is again partnering with Terry Ashcroft's annual TRADE SHOW Day with over 20+ LPO friendly suppliers already confirmed

TERRY ASHCROFT and LPOG Meeting Flyer.pdf

Senator Nick Xenophon has confirmed his attendance

LPOG will also hold an LPOG MEETING Q & A session in the afternoon from 2.30 pm. Join with other Licensees to discuss our future and the future of the Postal Industry.

at the Greyhound Social Club, 140 Rookwood Rd, Yagoona  NSW 2199

POB Advance

LPOG fought long and hard to achieve the advance POB payment for Licensees. The joys of the digital world......It seems a technical glitch in the fax transmission for several days has sent some of the opt in notices into the cosmos and there are quite a few sad Licensees out there. It can be fixed. Make a phone call.