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Aviation Security Service upgrades card issuing system

Aviation Security Service upgrades card issuing system

The Aviation Security Service, AvSec, is looking for a vendor to supply an airport identity card issuing system.

AvSec is a government agency reporting through a board of directors to the Minister of Transport. It has approximately 800 staff across 10 locations.

The Airport Identity Card issuing system is based on a collection of programmes. The main system (SAM) was built about 10 years ago. The technology used is old and the system contains elements that prevent it from upgrading Internet Explorer above version 6.

The vendor will need to plan for a build / customisation, testing, training and implementation of the solution. They will also need to convert data from the old systems and test it.

The deadline for replies is Monday, June 14.


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