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Request for Tenders: Cook Islands Meteorological Service ICT Package

The Ministry of Transport through the Cook Islands Meteorological Service, invites tenders from suitable suppliers for a bulk package of information and communications technology (ICT) equipment. The goods to be supplied include a range of desktop and notebook computers, screens, printers, UPS, UAV and other supporting goods.

The full Request for Tenders can be downloaded at the following link:


Pacific islanders to benefit from computer based programs for their Met Services

18 July 2016, Rarotonga, Cook Islands - Fifteen Pacific Island Met Services across the region were gifted laptops to help strengthen their forecasting abilities using new 'downscaling' climate prediction software which will help provide weather and climate forecasts for Pacific island communities.

The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) in partnership with the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Climate Center is embarking on the regional Met project Korea-Pacific Climate Prediction Project (ROKPI-CLIPS).

Cook Islands Met Service aims to improve weather information services to the people

21 July, 2015, Nuku’alofa, Tonga, PMC-3 - Cook Islands Meteorological Service, operating under the Ministry of Transport is striving to provide robust and sustainable weather information services to the people of Cook Islands.

And, the head of the Met Service, Arona Ngari shared with his colleagues from around the Pacific region that despite the fact that Cook Islands has been free of cyclone since 2010, his office needs to strengthen and improve its communications and early warning system.

“We need a good and robust early warning system in place,” said Ngari.

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