WA’s Department Of Fire & Emergency Services On The Hunt For Full-Service Agency

WA’s Department Of Fire & Emergency Services On The Hunt For Full-Service Agency

The Western Australian government is seeking an agency to deliver a range of advertising and marketing activities for its Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES).

According to a tender notice online, the DFES is looking to appoint a single contractor to provide strategic marketing and corporate communications, creative advertising, graphic design and related services to develop communications projects on an ‘as required’ basis.

“The services DFES require include all aspects of campaign strategy, concept development, design, production, media strategy and planning and account management and direction,” the tender document says.

The duration of the contract is one year, with the successful agency having the option of extending the contract four times for one year each.

Tender submissions are being accepted until Thursday 17 January at 2:30pm AWST (5:30pm AEST).




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