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Hamilton high school seeks ICT support

Hamilton high school seeks ICT support

Hillcrest High School in Hamilton is looking for a service provider to maintain its ICT infrastructure.

According to tender documents released this week, the school has a mix of PC and Mac computers including 125 laptops, eight Macbooks, 227 Windows desktops and 15 Macs.

The school requires regular on-site technical support for its workstations, which at present is 30 hours per week, per term.

It has 17 Windows servers, two Linux servers and one Mac.

The successful applicant will also need to provide holiday maintenance of 20 hours during the holidays.

The deadline for replies is Friday, November 21. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference number 23991.


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