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Internal Affairs calls for emergency management system

Internal Affairs calls for emergency management system

The Department of Internal Affairs wants a new emergency management information system (EMIS) to support its National Crisis Management Centre.

This is a dedicated emergency operations centre designed to respond to a crisis by providing a facility for information gathering.

The Department is looking for a web-based EMIS software application and needs the vendor to provide training and support.

Applicants must have proven experience in delivering EMIS systems and will have to support the product for the length of its life, a minimum of five years. Tender registrations should be 15 pages long.

The deadline fore replies is Tuesday, August 11. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 26738.


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