NT ICAC seeks tenders for new case management system
The Northern Territory (NT) Office of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) is calling for tenders for a case management system to help speed up investigations and intelligence analysis and track information for the protection of whistleblowers.
According to ICAC, the system, to be funded by the NT Government, will be used to securely store information, assist with report triage and assessment, coordinate investigations and record documents and data.
ICAC Commissioner Ken Fleming QC said the technology should be installed by mid-2020 and would help the Office do its job more effectively.
According to ICAC, the Office has received more than 330 reports of improper conduct since 30 November 2019, with more than 80 reports received since 1 July 2019.
There are currently 25 ICAC-led investigations underway into allegations of serious improper conduct and another 21 which have been referred to other agencies but will be supervised by ICAC.
Local providers with the skills and experience to deliver to the tender specifications are encouraged to submit a tender. Submissions close 1 October 2019.
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