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Ministry seeks ICT suppliers for panel

Ministry seeks ICT suppliers for panel

The energy and communications branch of the Ministry of Economic Developent has issued a request for proposal (RFP) to select a group of suppliers as a “panel” to consult on ICT issues. The RFP on the Government Electroinc Tenders (GETS) website seeks the consultants for technical and policy advice on telecommunications and IT markets, competition and regulation and options analysis, among other things. It also seeks advice on radio spectrum policy and planning. According to the RFP the Ministry intends to draw from this panel when it identifies a specific requirement for consultancy or research services. The Ministry may approach one or more panel members with a request to quoote for teh provision of that service before awarding that work. Responses to this RFP are due by 5pm on 08 March 2011. All communications relating to this RFP, or requests for clarification or further information, should be directed in writing to renee.ingram@med.govt.nz


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