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MOJ seeks Geographic Information System

MOJ seeks Geographic Information System

The Ministry of Justice and Te Puni Kokiri have teamed up to acquire a Geographic Information System (GIS) to establish land datasets.

The GIS will be used to identify Maori land blocks and land parcels. The successful vendor will be given access to a database of information identifying Maori land ownership.

GIS respondents will be expected to provide datasets, dataset management and integration, scalable software, access controls for internal and external users, an internet website and GIS end user support.

It is mandatory that the offerings works within an Oracle environment as MOJ has Oracle licensing arrangements. The budget available for the tender is limited to $365,000.

The deadline for replies is Thursday, December 17. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 28094.


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