Govt Issue RFQ For Online Payment System

March 30, 2022 | 1 Comment

The Government has issued a Request for Quotations to modify the open-source code of the British Government’s online payment portal for local use in an effort “to provide the public with a consistent and uniform experience when paying online.”

The Government’s website said, “This Request for Quotations [RFQ] is an invitation by the Government of Bermuda to prospective respondents to submit non-binding quotations for Modifying a Payment Gateway Open-Source Code, as further described in Section A of the RFQ Particulars.

“The Government of Bermuda seeks to modify the open-source code of GOV.UK Pay for local use on the gov.bm. The objective is to provide the public with a consistent and uniform experience when paying online. The modification of the code for the purposes of Bermuda will provide the Government with the necessary functionality to:

  • 1. Process an online payment – Allow clients to enter credit card details and complete a transaction.
  • 2. Retrieve payment details – Verify payment by retrieving the status and all relevant information about the payment.
  • 3. Refund processed payments – Refund functionality can be implemented to revert the funds back to the client’s account.
  • 4. Settle Payments – Settle Pre-Authorised Payments so that the funds are withdrawn from the client’s account once a condition is met.

“The open-source code currently integrates with Worldpay, Stripe, Smartpay and ePDQ. The Government of Bermuda would also seek to modify the code to integrate First Atlantic Commerce [FAC] and authorise.net payment gateways, accept crypto currency, and connect to JD Edwards Enterprise One with the provision of an API for the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator module.”

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  1. Joe Bloggs says:

    Thankfully, our Premier has a background in computers and he has proudly said that he owns a company that does computer programming!

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