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Ministry for Culture and Heritage looks for website host

Ministry for Culture and Heritage looks for website host

The Ministry for Culture and Heritage in Wellington wants a new partner to host its websites.

According to request for tender documents released last week, some sites are hosted on Ministry-owned servers and others hosted by a vendor.

The Ministry wants to migrate existing websites to the selected hosting partner and establish capacity for future growth. It also wants to cut down current hosting costs and establish a more cost effective mix of server ownership versus server rental.

The deadline for replies is Friday, January 30. More details are avaliable on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 24569.


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