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Ministry of Education hunts managed learning vendor

Ministry of Education hunts managed learning vendor

The Ministry of Education in Wellington is seeking one or more vendors to help shape its Learning Management System (LMS).

The LMS is a hub that enables electronic communications within schools.

According to request for proposal documents released last week, the Ministry will work with the vendor to shape the use of LMS in the local schooling sector.

The Ministry and the preferred vendor will develop and promote standards that will ensure information can move between Managed Learning Environment modules within a school and from one school to another.

It estimates that the volume of work in the first year will be 1000 to 1500 development hours.

The deadline for replies is Friday, November 28. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 24052.


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