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Ministry of Justice seeks Office 2007 expert

Ministry of Justice seeks Office 2007 expert

As part of its upgrade programme the Ministry of Justice is looking for a skilled person to provide Office 2007 project administrator services.

According to request for tender documents released this week, the Ministry is replacing MS Office 97 and other versions with Office 2007. It has developed a reliance on Office as the suite is integrated with many of its core business systems.

The Office 2007 programme implementation programme is the second stage of a substantial change programme for the Ministry.

The deadline for replies is Wednesday 25 February. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 24895.


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