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Accommodation system sought by Defence Force

Accommodation system sought by Defence Force

The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) wants a supplier to provide a nationwide Accommodation Management System (AMS) for its intranet site.

The NZDF has a number of bases but its current system only has the accommodation available for a particular base. For example, only personnel at Trentham can book accommodation for that camp.

The supplier will be expected to provide an AMS based at Porirua that NZDF’s external travel provider and all bases can access through the intranet. Training on the system must also be provided to select NZDF personnel. The AMS will have to be compatible with MS Outlook 2003.

The deadline for replies is Tuesday, September 9. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference number 23111.


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