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The Commission seeks a proponent to assist with a technical gap analysis for an M365 Electronic Document Records Management (EDRM) System.

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Description

The BC Oil and Gas Commission (Commission) is seeking an interested party to create a management framework for unstructured electronic information, encompassing necessary analysis, planning and recommendations for the configuration of Microsoft 365 (M365) as a corporate recordkeeping system. The goal is to effectively manage the end-to-end life cycle of official Commission records in accordance with provincial legislation, policies and standards for government recordkeeping, in the places where staff collaborate and create records.

Secondary to this, the Commission requires an assessment of any functional gaps that may exist between M365 and the Commission’s system requirements for Electronic Document and Records Management (EDRM) and provincial requirements.

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Competition ID: RFP21222005

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Successful proponents will be notified by The Commission and may enter into an agreement with the terms and conditions outlined the Commission’s General Service Agreement template.

Thank you for your interest in contracting with the BC Oil and Gas Commission, a single-window regulatory agency with responsibilities for overseeing oil, gas and renewable geothermal operations in British Columbia. We maintain a competitive bidding process in accordance with municipal and provincial laws and we are committed to transparency and innovation through integrity, respect and responsiveness. We acknowledge the lands where we work and live and we are committed to safeguarding and respecting affected individuals and communities.