Panama: Computer system for $12 million

As part of the "Paperless Panama" scheme, the National Authority for Government Innovation is putting out to tender a system that will optimize the performance of governmental functions.

Monday, June 20, 2011

According to the specifications of the tender, the contract is for the supply, implementation and operation of:

A) Platform Interoperability

B) A Procedures Management System that supports analysis, design and development of an electronic application process with an initial 100 government procedures and the approval of five (5) processes

C) The redesign of the portal "PANAMATRAMITA"

D) Provision of operation service for two (2) years of a data center, connectivity and infrastructure support, contingency and security as well as the provision of required servers.

E) An incident management help desk for officials.

Date for submission of proposals is 5 July 2011.

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