IMS Replacement Project

Pine Tree made this Official Information request to Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

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From: Pine Tree

Dear Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment,

Cherie Marshall stated in her response to the OIA about Australian Research Council/ICT team about RMS that the purpose of the trip was to "The purpose of the trip was to look at an Investment Management System equivalent application used to manage science research funding and to learn the success factors in their system improvement project. At the time we were reviewing whether to retain or replace our existing IMS system and the trip helped with our planning."

At this time MBIE had an RFP on GETS for a "to replacing their existing Investment Management System (IMS)".

MBIE had already reported to the NZ Government that they were undertaking an ICT Project Investment Management System (IMS) Replacement - Replacement of Grants and IMS.
Cost $1,493,100. The project commenced in July 2015 and will be completed in December 2017.

Why were MBIE still deciding whether to retain or replace our existing IMS system when an RFP had already been issued
Will the Investment Management System (IMS) Replacement be implemented in December 2017. What is the status of this project, the current cost and project cost on completion.
Was any of the 3 personal who travelled involved in the evaluation of the RFP and did this influence their decision to chose Single Cell
yours faithfully,

Pine Tree

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Ref: DOIA 1718-0146

 

Dear Pine Tree

 

On behalf of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment I
acknowledge your email of 25 July 2017 requesting under the Official
Information Act 1982 (the Act), the following:

 

Cherie Marshall stated in her response to the OIA about Australian
Research Council/ICT team about RMS that   the purpose of the trip was to
"The purpose of the trip was to look at an Investment Management System
equivalent application used to manage science research funding and to
learn the success factors in their system improvement project. At the time
we were reviewing whether to retain or replace our existing IMS system and
the trip helped with our planning."

 

At this time MBIE had an RFP on GETS for a "to  replacing their existing
Investment Management System (IMS)". 

 

MBIE had already reported to the NZ Government that they were undertaking
an ICT Project  Investment Management System (IMS) Replacement -
Replacement of Grants and IMS.

Cost $1,493,100. The project commenced in July 2015 and will be completed
in December 2017.

 

Why were MBIE still deciding whether to retain or replace our existing IMS
system when an RFP had already been issued Will the  Investment Management
System (IMS) Replacement be implemented in December 2017. What is the
status of this project, the current cost and project cost on completion.

Was any of the 3 personal who travelled involved in the evaluation of the
RFP and did this influence their decision to chose Single Cell

 

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Yours sincerely,

Alan Witcombe

MANAGER, MINISTERIAL SERVICES

 

Corporate, Governance and Information

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

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