In a public tender notice, the authority said they wanted a “qualified firm to develop, design and execute a comprehensive tourism website.” They further said,
The digital agency will be contracted to design and build Papua New Guinea’s (PNG’s) global digital channels, as well as provide additional associated services as outlined in the Request for Proposal guidelines.
Interested parties can email the following for the RFP guideline:
Ms Alice Kuaningi, Director of Marketing, or;
Mr Douglas Keari, IT Coordinator.
TPA has set 4:06pm, May 5, 2017 as the deadline for proposal submissions, and firms must address all the requirements in the guideline.
The PNG Tourism Promotion Authority (TPA) is the statutory body responsible for marketing the country as a desirable tourism destination. It was established by the Tourism Promotion Act 1993 and is governed by a board with members representing all industry stakeholders.