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Gen-i to re-tender for DOC contract

Gen-i to re-tender for DOC contract

The Department of Conservation (DOC) is putting its telephony, mobile and paging service provider contract up for tender as part of due diligence.

According to tender documents released this week, it has contracted Gen-i for the past 11 years. This contract expired on June 30, 2009 but has been extended until February 2010. However, Gen-i will be putting forward a proposal.

Suppliers should submit a proposal setting out how they would deliver services to meet DOC’s requirements and describe an offering roadmap for the telephony, mobile and paging services.

The deadline for replies is Monday, November 16. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 27654.


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