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DoL hunts for data warehousing vendors

DoL hunts for data warehousing vendors

The Department of Labour in Wellington has issued a request for tender (RFT) as it looks to select a panel of vendors. The panel will supply professionals to work on Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence (DWBI) assignments on an as required basis.

The Department is running the DWBI project to establish a data warehousing and business intelligence environment in support of its analysis and reporting needs.

The RFT states that a vendor may supply services in just one area or in multiple skill areas in which they have experienced people.

The deadline for replies is Friday, August 29. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference number 22861.


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