A tender notice in CINews said the technical assistance was required to build on existing draft quality management systems used by the ministry’s maritime technical adviser.
Reporting requirements for International Maritimes Organisation and the International Civil Aviation Organisation will be included in the system.
The technical assistance will also be required to provide training and a training strategy to make it sustainable.
The ministry’s compliance manager, Junior Ngatokorua, said the work was expected to be completed within a period of six months.
The work would ensure the Ministry of Transport quality management system was consistent with policy and procedures for the ministry’s maritime, aviation and corporate activities, he added.
“The ministry is hoping to have a tender that provides the best quality service and a good return for investment.
“It is open to any individual or company locally or from overseas.”