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Your chance to become a government communicator

30 Aug 2012 10:09
GCIS (the Government Communication and Information System) is inviting applications for the training of government communicators as outlined in the document pack below "RFQ 039 2012 2013 Facilitator to train SCOs.docx". The closing date for bids is 4 September 2012.
To be successful in being considered for evaluation, the bidder must fill in or adhere to all the rules of procedure that are outlined in the various documents accompanying this RFQ.

Briefly the mandate of the department is as follows:
  • Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) is a national government communication agency established in 1998. It provides strategic leadership and coordinates government communication system to ensure that the public is informed about government policies, programmes and plans.
  • Its vision is to empower and encourage citizens to participate in democracy and improve the lives of all. The mission is to lead the strategic communications of government, to ensure coherence of message while extending channels of communications between government and the people towards a shared vision.

    Download the GCIS document pack (376 KB)
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