|RFx ID :||22529337|
|Tender Name :||Co-Design of Māori Data Governance|
|Reference # :||1012-2019-20 TKRCT - P002|
|Open Date :||Wednesday, 8 April 2020 7:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Close Date :||Wednesday, 29 April 2020 5:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Tender Type :||Registration of Interest (ROI)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
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Te Kāhui Raraunga Charitable Trust (TKRCT) requires facilitation of a co-design process that will develop a Māori data governance model; and an evaluation of the co-designed options.
This will be a Treaty-based co-design process that appropriately reflects the Treaty partnership between Iwi Māori and the Crown. As such, the project itself is led by the Data Iwi Leaders Group (DILG) and supported by Stats NZ.
The solution will be cognisant of the current environment regarding Covid-19 environment and may include appropriate methods that also adhere to and incorporate official advice to ensure the safety of all participants and cater to other factors in the present environment (e.g. travel constraints).
DILG expects that this will be a fast-paced, co-designed and iterative approach, and therefore use non-traditional methods for facilitation and co-design (e.g. agile).
There are two key components or roles
The project consists of two specific components. The first is design of the approach, facilitation of wānanga and development of the MDG. This may consist of two wānanga – the first being for Te Ao Māori participants in preparation of the co-design wānanga, and then the second wānanga being specifically for the co-design approach with both the Te Ao Māori and Kawana groups.
The second component is to both evaluate and document the process as a critical reflection for our purposes as well as for others to learn from. It is our preference that this is delivered by a two-person team to ensure that the two roles are kept separate.
We expect you to coordinate, organise and arrange the wānanga in an appropriate location, in consultation with the DILG. DILG will identify who will attend the Te Ao Māori wānanga and will send the first invite to invited attendees. Stats NZ will assist with the identification of the Kawana group who will join the second wānanga.
This tender has been completed.
Agency's name and address: Statistics NZ
Successful supplier's name and address: Aatea Consultants Ltd
Desciption of the services: Provision of Facilitation and Evaluation Servces for the Co- Design of a Maori Governance Model
Date of award of contract: 28 August 2020
Term of the contract: August - December 2020
Expected spend under contract: Price Band ($100k- $250k)
Type of procurement process used: Opon tender
Completion date: Thursday, 15 October 2020 10:10 AM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)