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MoE to upgrade school data system

MoE to upgrade school data system

The Ministry of Education wants to redevelop its property management information system (PMIS). It has a huge database of school property capital assets which needs to be maintained.

The Ministry is interested in information from suppliers about a packaged offering, redevelopment of the current system or a new system. The requirements of the PMIS include an interface with other Ministry of Education databases, and a link to the financial management information system for payments and capitalisation.

It should also have information about school property assets, and maintenance plans for each school.

The deadline for replies is Monday, November 16. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 27772.


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