The Charities Commission is on the hunt for expert electronic document and
record management system suppliers.
The system is designed to help the commission manage its electronic information is a manner consistent with the Public Records Act 2005, according to a Request for Proposal. The system is intended to complement existing Sharepoint databases where a large proportion of records are currently captured, says the commission.
The successful supplier would provide software and services, along with implementation, configuration, customisation and ongoing support. It would also offer application support services, technology consulting services, data migration and electronic interfaces/integration between applications.
The commission wants a supplier that is recognised as an expert on electronic document and
record management systems and that is based in Wellington or has a major presence there.
The Charities Commission is an Autonomous Crown Entity and has 40 permanent employees.
The deadline for responses is 24 November.