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Web application supplier sought by Statistics New Zealand

Web application supplier sought by Statistics New Zealand

Wellington-based Statistics New Zealand is looking for a web application supplier to develop an interactive tool called Business Toolbox. According to request for information (RFI) documents released this week, the web application must be capable of creating tables and graphs from statistical data along with geospatial maps.

Business Toolbox is intended to provide free and relevant access to a range of statistical information for small and medium enterprises.

The RFI states that one or more suppliers may be selected to negotiate directly with Statistics New Zealand as preferred but not exclusive suppliers. The department has engaged the services of GSB Supplycorp to act as its impartial agent for the RFI.

The deadline for replies is Monday, May 26. More information is available on the Government Electronics Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 21845.


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