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Internal Affairs eyes SEE mail suppliers

Internal Affairs eyes SEE mail suppliers

The Department of Internal Affairs is upgrading its secure electronic environment (SEE) mail gateway products to version three. SEE mail is a system designed to secure internet e mail traffic between government agencies. It protects information classified as in-confidence or sensitive.

Suppliers will be invited to engage in a two hour workshop session and follow up discussions with the Department’s project team. The purpose of the sessions is to establish a range of changes to be made to the existing SEE mail set up, understand vendors’ proposals and find out product release schedules.

The deadline for replies is Friday, November 27. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 28028.


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