The State Services Commission is looking for a development partner to redevelop its website.
The current one was launched in 2002 and needs an over haul due to the growth of content on the site and the need for improved ease of access to content.
According to the Commission, users find the structure of content on the site confusing and the platform is not widely supported.
The site is currently centrally managed by the communications team. It does not provide for a multi-user or publishing workflow that will allow other content authors to contribute to it in a controlled way, and this is now required.
Its current model is no longer able to keep pace with growths in technology or standards on the web.
The Commission's site is seen more as an electronic document publishing system and has little content or functional hierarchy. The redeveloped site will focus on the needs of the end-user of the product or service, while understanding the wider context of the business and technology.
The deadline for replies is Friday, May 21.