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Accident Commission ditches paper system

Accident Commission ditches paper system

The Transport Accident Investigation Commission is planning to move off a paper based model once it acquires an accident investigation information management system. This will be used to handle the large volumes of accident data it gathers.

It currently uses a paper-based information system and Microsoft applications, which makes it difficult to manage its inquiry and corporate information. According to tender documents, upgrading to an electronic information system will help the Commission conduct its inquiries with better efficiency.

The Commission needs the system to track data such as witness statements, expert reports, vehicle wreckage locations, digital photos, audio files and video evidence.

The deadline for replies is Friday, October 23. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 27472.


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