The Common Web Platform (CWP) is a platform-as-a-service used for the creation and hosting of government and public sector websites. This agreement expires in September 2020 and will be replaced with Digital Experience Services managed services category in Marketplace.
The data.govt.nz catalogue is an all-of-government data discovery service that helps the public, businesses and other government agencies find thousands of freely usable open datasets released by public sector agencies under open licence.
Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is a provider hosted and managed desktop service that accommodates virtual and traditional desktops and a variety of service and management models. DaaS removes the need for agencies to operate or maintain their own desktop IT infrastructure.
Digital Experience Services enables users to compose, manage, present and optimise digital information with the aim of providing better customer digital experiences, regardless of the digital channel the customer uses to engage with the Agency.
Enterprise Content Management as a Service (ECMaaS) helps agencies manage their information assets and improve the way they create, store, distribute and use their information and content. This agreement is expiring in October 2020 and will be replaced with Content Services category in Marketplace.
Human Resources Information System (HRIS) is a cloud-based human resource management system. HRIS offers the HR management components necessary for you to effectively run your human resource practice, with modular functionality that can be selected as required.
The ICT Security and Related Services Panel (SRS Panel) are a group of industry experts contracted to provide government agencies with ICT services and advice on a range of security and privacy practices. The panel helps government agencies manage privacy and security issues effectively.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a managed and hosted computing solution for government agencies containing 4 core services: data centre services, utility compute services, storage and back-up services.
The Microsoft Cloud, Software and Services Agreement (MCSSA) provides your agency with Microsoft products and services and comprehensive cover as it moves to public, hybrid or private cloud environments.
The Oracle Software Framework Agreement is an all-of-government contract that allows eligible government agencies to buy new software licences, cloud services and appliances from Oracle under standardised terms.
RealMe® is a secure login service that lets customers access online services across agencies and businesses with a single username and password. The verified identity service allows customers to easily and securely prove their identity online. Government agencies are required to use RealMe services rather than developing new authentication and identity verification systems.
The Retrieval Service allows authorised government agencies to electronically submit identity information for matching against official databases. How the service operates can be configured to meet the individual business needs of your agency.
TaaS makes it easier for government agencies to easily and securely connect with each other and their customers. Your agency has a choice of providers and service solutions, giving you the flexibility to meet your business and customer needs and maximising investment in technology services.
The Web Services Panel (WSP) provides a range of professional services for your agency’s website development. This agreement expires on 30 June 2021 and will be replaced with the Digital Experience Professional Services category in Marketplace.