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NZAID seeks funding system development project vendor

NZAID seeks funding system development project vendor

The New Zealand Agency for International Development (NZAID) in Wellington is looking for a vendor to develop its Non-Government Organisation (NGO) Funding System using SQL and .Net technologies.

According to expressions of interest (EOI) documents released this week, the NGO Funding System will be deployed over the internet and be accessed by people locally and in the Pacific Islands. The EOI states that the solution must be developed with speed in mind as some overseas users will only have dial-up access.

The services will include project management, business analyst, solution design, testing, documentation and development services. The successful vendor is expected to start work in October and be completed by March 2009.

The deadline for replies is Thursday, July 10. More details are avaliable on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 22387.


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