Govt to call $1.2b in ICT tenders
The Singapore government says it will call for new ICT tenders worth $1.2 billion in areas such as cyber security, data and analytics as well as cloud and mobile services this financial year.
The amount is the same as that of last year.
In an industry briefing, Managing Director of IDA Jacqueline Poh says the government is using data and analytics to anticipate and better respond to citizen's needs, allocate resources more efficiently and to develop improved and smarter citizen e-services.
IDA will also be looking at co-sourcing models where the industry will partner the government to develop capabilities and co-create solutions.
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