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Public Trust to form professional services panel

Public Trust to form professional services panel

The Public Trust is seeking proposals for the creation of a professional services supply panel to provide services to its Information Services Business Group.

Information Services (IS) is responsible for IT and telephony services and operates at the Trust’s office in Wellington. Professional services will be provided to the IS team for planned projects where Public Trust does not have the resources or capacity to provide those services.

It wants to establish a panel arrangement for the period from July 2010 through to June 2013 for professional services.

These services may include project management, enterprise architecture, data services, application development, integration services, test services, business intelligence, training services, documentation and change management.

The deadline for replies is Monday, May 17.


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