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Northland council upgrades documents system

Northland council upgrades documents system

The Northland District Council is after an electronic document and records management system (EDRMS) to store Council information.

The EDRMS will provide electronic processes for the collection, creation, dissemination, editing, storage and retrieval of documents and meet legal requirements for public records including document access, retention and disposal.

The Council has four offices in the Northland region in Dargaville, Kaitaia, Opua and Whangarei. Regional office staff access the computer network via thin clients as all data is stored in the Whangarei office.

Suppliers will have to outline a system architecture for the EDRMS and provide an estimate of overall costs.

The deadline for replies is Thursday, December 3. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 27981.


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