Object of the contract Information technology requirements review services
Description: Contract notice: Information technology requirements review services
Authority Type: Regional or local authority Contact Nature: Services Procedure: Open procedure Document: Contract notice Regulation: European Union, with participation by GPA countries Award criteria: The most economic tender CPV code: 72223000,72222000,72223000,72223000,72222000 CPV Description: Information technology requirements review services.
Information systems or technology strategic review and planning services.
1-337-17 The best service provider of strategic, tactical and operational IT consultancy for Rotterdam
Reference Number: 1-337-17
The assignment is focused on the support available for the Director IIFO on demand:
Main Site: Rotterdam-The assignment is focused on the support available to the Director IIFO on demand for the following tasks:
1. Hands-on preparation for sessions of the Executive Board on IT matters (vision, strategy, roadmap)
2. Second opinion on strategic documents, policy plans, program plans, budgets and accountability documents submitted by the organization or by third parties. Osupport of sessions with the IIFO management on topics within the broad IT spectrum, such as information security, privacy, innovation, cost control, information driven working.
4. Sparring partner for questions and issues in the field of IT governance (city council, council committees and Band and networks.
6. Support for tactical / operational issues
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