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Correspondence School seeks improved human resource system

Correspondence School seeks improved human resource system

The Correspondence School in Wellington needs a vendor to provide a Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS).

In request for proposal (RFP) documents released this week, it states that the school has never had a full HRMIS and has had to rely on an electronic payroll database that provided minimal human resource information such as staff lists by department, and salaries.

The Correspondence School’s access to this database stopped when this payroll was outsourced to Datacom in July 2007.

The RFP also states that the school needs the following software for the HRMIS: a limited reporting function from Payserve, Excel spreadsheets, Lotus Notes staff directory and manual human resources data retrieval and reporting.

Vendors need to provide a system that ensures reduced administration for Correspondence School users and offers simple processes supported by technology. The deadline for replies is Thursday, May 15.

More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICNNZ reference number 21693.


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