The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) is looking for a global positioning system (GPS) to track its 162 leashed company cars.
It plans to use the GPS data to ensure the fleet is managed effectively and providing greater safety to its drivers.
The reporting system should include information of when a vehicle is due for a warrant or servicing, the amount of kilometers travelled and where it is at all times.
The NZTA wants to know if the vehicle goes outside specific work areas, is speeding or has been parked for more than eight hours in one location.
It will consider offerings that include an in-car navigation system and the ability to identify drivers through codes or via links to a booking system such as Outlook 2007.
The deadline for replies is Friday, September 25. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 27254.