SINGAPORE: Action Information Management (AIM) has reiterated its view that it was the Aljunied—Hougang Town Council (AHTC) which initiated the process to terminate the information system of the town council.
AHTC’s chairman Sylvia Lim had disclosed a copy of the termination notice by AIM, dated 22 June 2011, for public scrutiny.
But AIM said the termination process began with a letter from the town council, sent to AIM, on 10 June 2011, which is already in the public domain.
In the letter, the town council informed AIM that it was developing its own software management system but needed more time to effect the transition, and requested an extension of the lease agreement.
AIM said it was willing to grant the extension to ensure a smooth transition and avoid any disruption to the town council and its residents.
To avoid any doubt, AIM issued its own formal notice of termination on 22 June 2011 after seeking legal advice.
A follow up letter was also sent two days later to confirm that it would grant the extension requested by the town council.
AIM said it also readily agreed to a subsequent request for a further extension till 9 September 2011.
AIM said the town council also thanked AIM in writing twice for its cooperation and assistance.
AIM was also willing to agree to further extensions, if requests had been made.
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