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Tauranga City Council seeks asset management system

Tauranga City Council seeks asset management system

The Tauranga City Council (TCC) is looking for a new asset management system to look after services such as parks, property and roading.

This is due to its population doubling in the last 20 years to 110,000 people.

TCC plans to improve, streamline, and integrate asset management practices with other corporate systems. This will enable improved use of decision-making to guide renewals, maintenance and budgeting

programmes.

It is looking for an asset management system that is suitable for all TCC assets and integrates with existing systems.

The deadline for replies is Friday, August 27.


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