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Waikato DHB seeks preferred IT suppliers

Waikato DHB seeks preferred IT suppliers

The Waikato DHB plans to choose a list of non-exclusive suppliers of resources for IT projects and support in the next 18 months.

The DHB has issued an expression of interest document for suppliers who can provide solution architecture, project management, operational technical support, thought leadership, business analysis and network engineers.

Short listed suppliers will then participate in a request for proposal process, depending on their strength in the areas sought, their ability to work at the DHB’s Hamilton campus for extended periods, have a minimum of five staff and a track record in strategic technology or business leadership, according to the EOI documents.

Responses should be received by 6 December.


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