Green Army Draft Statement of Requirements
On 21 January 2014, the Government invited submissions on the Green Army Draft Statement of Requirements. The Draft Statement of Requirements document sets out the important design features of the programme as well as the proposed delivery arrangements.
This public consultation has now closed. The consultation period was from 21 January 2014 to 4 February 2014.
Please keep an eye on the Green Army web page here for all future updates on the programme.
Submissions by interested parties on the Draft Statement of Requirements closed on 4 February 2014.
The Department would like to thank all those who provided submissions.
A summary of thematic issues raised by submissions and the Department’s responses is provided below.
Thematic issues raised by submissions on Draft Green Army Programme Statement of Requirements (PDF - 79.11 KB)
Thematic issues raised by submissions on Draft Green Army Programme Statement of Requirements (DOCX - 109.94 KB)
Draft Statement of Requirements
This consultation process provided an opportunity for all members of the community to provide practical advice about on-ground delivery of the Green Army programme including in relation to the recruitment and training of Green Army participants, project management and other administrative details.
Comments from potential service providers and training organisations were of particular value, as was feedback from potential Green Army Project Sponsors (for example community conservation groups, Indigenous groups and local councils) and Participants.
The Green Army Draft Statement of Requirements and frequently asked questions are provided for your reference.
Download the Draft Statement of Requirements
Download the Frequently asked questions