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Outcome based testing services for Transpower

Outcome based testing services for Transpower

Transpower is looking for a supplier to provide outcome based testing services. According to request for proposal documents released last week, the supplier will be supporting the company’s Information Services and Technology Group in delivering systems and services.

They will be expected to supply software development end-to-end test management, engineering, test execution and reporting. This includes environments such as user acceptance testing (UAT).

Suppliers will also help with migration to production including handover, trouble-shooting and training documentation.

The deadline for replies is Friday, February 27. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 24946.


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