The Solomon Islands Governance Program is a four-year, $30 million initiative, running from 2017 to 2021. The Program’s goal is to strengthen the ability of government agencies to more effectively support economic growth and improve public service delivery. The Governance Program supports all three strategic objectives of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s (DFAT) Aid Investment Plan for Solomon Islands by supporting stability, enabling economic growth and enhancing human development.
The Governance Program seeks to do this by building and sustaining capacity across the Solomon Islands’ public sector. The aim is to improve service delivery by removing barriers associated with weak governance in areas such as public financial management, human resource planning and systems administration. There are three end of program outcomes:
The program has provided an impetus towards a stronger partnership between DFAT and the Solomon Islands Government (SIG), with increased emphasis on locally led and demand-driven inputs. Inbuilt program flexibility allows for amending support when required and capturing opportunities as they arise.
Working under the Deputy Director for Projects, the Consultant will be required to install up to seven new SQL clusters of SQLs Server 2016 and migrate all SIG databases to new clusters. Bidders can have details of the database, servers and sizes by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scope of work / Methodology By accessing the SIG ICT Service remotely, the SQL Server Consultant will be required to:
The scope of services for this can be obtained by emailing email@example.com or can be collected from SIRF Facility office, Level 3, Room 306, Hyundai Mall, Honiara.
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