Oceans policy body drops tender after reshuffle

The executive agency responsible for implementing Australia's oceans policy has withdrawn an information technology services request for tender after being brought into the Department of Environment and Heritage as a division. The National Oceans Office said it was temporarily withdrawing its request for tender for the provision of information technology help desk services and services due to the post-election restructure.

The executive agency responsible for implementing Australia's oceans policy has withdrawn an information technology services request for tender after being brought into the Department of Environment and Heritage as a division.

The National Oceans Office said it was temporarily withdrawing its request for tender for the provision of information technology help desk services and services due to the post-election restructure.

The tender has been withdrawn until further notice, "but may be re-issued with modifications," the Oceans Office said.

The National Oceans Office is charged with the implementation and further development of Australia's oceans policy. The request for tender had encompassed a range of information technology services, including help desk support for its head office, interstate and regional locations.

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