Women's Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program Tender - Parramatta
Legal Aid NSW will conduct a tender process to appoint a WDVCAS service provider in multiple locations across NSW commencing 1 July 2020.
New Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service (WDVCAS) service agreements will commence on 1 July 2020. Legal Aid NSW will conduct a tender process to appoint a service provider for the WDVCAS in multiple locations across NSW. Eight information sessions will be held in March 2020 to answer frequently asked questions about the tender process and WDVCAS service agreements.
Legal Aid NSW administers NSW Government funding for 29 WDVCASs across the state. WDVCASs provide women experiencing domestic and family violence and their children with information, advocacy, support and referrals, particularly in relation to court processes. WDVCASs are funded through Service Agreements between Legal Aid NSW and incorporated, not-for-profit service providers. More information can be found
In preparation for the tender in 2020, Legal Aid NSW will hold eight information sessions in March in metropolitan and regional locations.
The aim of the information sessions is to provide potential tender applicants with answers to frequently asked questions about the tender process and WDVCAS service agreements. A probity advisor will attend the sessions, along with representatives from Legal Aid NSW.
Please note that not all WDVCAS locations will be part of the tender process, with the existing service provider being recontracted in a number of WDVCAS locations. For more information, please visit the NSW Government’s eTendering website (