The State Services Commission (SSC) of New Zealand wants to buy new server and storage hardware for the e-Government programme.
This system will significantly improve in the SSC's ability to deploy applications between development, test and production environments, across any of the system's three locations. The new system will replace the SSC's current e-Government server and storage infrastructure, which was originally deployed three years ago. The new equipment will provide enhanced performance, extensibility and dynamic reconfigurability. The e-Government programme aims to make networks and Internet technologies integral to the delivery of government information, services and processes by June 2007, and, via the Internet, transform the operation of government by 2010.