Spooks seek better system to balance their books, store information

Thu, 21 Nov 2013

By Paul McBeth Nov. 21 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand’s intelligence agencies have gone to market in search of a system they can share to help their bean-counters better manage their books, while also giving them a place to store all sorts of information from all sorts of places. The Government Communications Security Bureau and New Zealand Security Intelligence Service have put out the feelers for a reliable financial management information system which will give them a common platform to perform accounting and financial management functions...

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