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Ministry of Justice puts in IT order

Ministry of Justice puts in IT order

A number of IT systems and structures are sought by the Ministry of Justice as it establishes the Real Estate Agents Authority.

According to tender documents released this week, the REAA is a result of the Real Estate Agents Act of 2008. The Act is designed to protect the interests of consumers when dealing with real estate agents.

The Ministry is funding and setting up the Authority so it can start work on November 17 this year.

The REAA will need new IP phones, 20 desktop and laptop computers, a secure IP network, two printers, a video/audio conferencing room and two audio conferencing rooms.

The deadline for replies is Friday, July 31. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 26639.


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