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MoE seeks software licensing suppliers

MoE seeks software licensing suppliers

As part of its ICT resourcing programme, the Ministry of Education in Wellington is looking for suppliers of software licensing and support to provide a range of software.

According to request for proposal (RFP) documents released this week, the Ministry needs firewall and content filtering software, licensing options for anti-virus, anti-spyware and server software. Other requirements are a suite of word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software for administration and educational use in schools.

The RFP states that the Ministry wants a brokering service for ICT items that would provide schools with a panel of suppliers for each software product grouping and the opportunity to purchase from them.

The deadline for replies is Friday, September 19. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 22946.


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