Could your data help the National Skills Commission tell a story?

The National Skills Commission wants to explore the availability of data and/or mutually beneficial opportunities to improve intelligence on the state of the labour market and skills.

The National Skills Commission (NSC) has launched a Labour Market and Skills Data Discovery Request For Information process through AusTender, from 14 December 2020 to 5:00pm, 1 February 2021. 

To further improve this intelligence, the NSC is looking for information from potential suppliers on the availability of data and/or mutually beneficial opportunities to fulfil the NSC’s functions. We are interested in data on Australia’s current, emerging and future workforce skills needs, VET pricing and performance, and issues affecting the Australian and international labour market.

As a data supplier, you will help contribute to building a picture of the Australian labour market through data and insights.

For inquiries in relation to the Request for Information process, please write to the Contact Officer at NSCTenders@skillscommission.gov.au.

Full details and the RFI documentation are available at AusTender.