This Request for Proposal(RFP) is an invitation to suitably qualified suppliers to submit a Proposal for a website refresh contract opportunity. This RFP is a single-step procurement process.
Here is our timeline for this RFP.
Steps in RFP process:
Deadline for Questions from suppliers: CLOSED
Deadline for the Buyer to answer suppliers’ questions: CLOSED (refer to the end of the page for the Buyers' responses)
Deadline for Proposals: 5pm, Friday 14 Aug 2020
Shortlisted Respondents’ presentations week commencing: Monday 17 Aug 2020
Unsuccessful Respondents notified of award of Contract: Friday 28 Aug 2020
Anticipated Contract start date: Monday 31 Aug 2020
All dates and times are dates and times in New Zealand.
How to contact us
All enquiries must be directed to our Point of Contact. We will manage all external communications through this Point of Contact.
Our Point of Contact
Name: Holly Bennett
Title/role: Communications Consultant
Email: email@example.com or (021) 843 454
Developing and submitting your Proposal
This is an open, competitive tender process. The RFP sets out the step-by-step process and conditions that apply. Take time to read and understand the RFP.
This opportunity in a nutshell
Te Māngai Pāho is an autonomous Crown entity established under the Broadcasting Act 1989.
The existing Te Māngai Pāho website was created on its current technical platform in 2013/14. The website is static and uses Nimbl as a content management system. Since the build of the website the needs of Te Māngai Pāho have changed and the support for the current CMS is no longer what is required.
The organisation requires a website with greater flexibility that allows audiences to utilise the website for their needs and for the internal team to upload content on a regular (daily and weekly) basis.
We also believe there is a need for the website to be consistent with government accessibility, usability and security standards.
What we need
Out of scope
What is important to us
When considering your proposal, Te Māngai Pāho will give regard to your experience in working with Māori organisations and communities and your commitment to the revitalisation of te reo Māori.
Why should you bid?
This is an opportunity to work with an Crown agency responsible for managing funding of the Māori media sector to maximise the contribution of the sector to the revitalisation of te reo Māori.
A bit about us
‘Ahakoa kei whea, ahakoa āwhea, ahakoa pēwhea, kōrero Māori’, the enduring vision of Te Māngai Pāho, ‘Māori language – everywhere, every day, in every way’ reflects and supports the Maihi Karauna vision ‘Kia māhorahora te Reo’.
To support this vision we seek to inspire more people to speak more te reo Māori and to increase the awareness of Māori values and practices within Aotearoa New Zealand.
We focus on ensuring te reo Māori is valued by exposing whānau, hapū, iwi, Māori communities and all New Zealanders to quality Māori content in their everyday lives.
We aim to be adaptive, innovative and collaborative in the way we go about our business; delivering better results and seeking to continuously improve the contribution that we and our partners in the Māori media sector make to the revitalisation of te reo Māori.
This must include creating an environment in which our partners are confident to experiment, reflect and learn, in order that we boost our collective impact on te reo Māori.
We have an annual turnover of approximately $70.0m: