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Internal Affairs seeks grant management system

Internal Affairs seeks grant management system

The Department of Internal Affairs is looking for an off the shelf grant and client management system.

Its current system, Grants Online, was originally established in 2004 to manage Lottery grants administration. It provides the basic functionality required by the Department but many manual activities are required to overcome its limitations.

The Department wants to improve the efficiency of grants administration processes.

It expects that the system will enable it to administer and manage all grant funding schemes online through a single system and integrate community advisory and development activity.

A pilot of the system will need to be ready by the end of November. The deadline for replies is Wednesday, May 5.


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