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NZQA tenders for several IT service suppliers

NZQA tenders for several IT service suppliers

The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) in Wellington is looking for a number of preferred suppliers to provide services to its Information Services business unit.

According to request for proposal (RFP) documents released this week, the NZQA wants suppliers for web- based J2EE application development and integration, IBM FileNet P8 project services, technical services, customer services and consultancy services.

The RFP states that NZQA expects to appoint a panel of suppliers for each category and may merge categories under one panel. Each appointment will be for a three year term.

The deadline for replies is Thursday, July 31. More details are avaliable on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 22350.


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