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NZGPP new operating model

4 August 2017

The New Zealand Government Procurement and Property Branch has undertaken a review of its operating model so we can support the needs of stakeholders now and in the future.

Our new operating model consists of five externally facing teams, Delivery, Capability, Enabling, the Commercial Pool, and two Chief Advisors (Property and Procurement), and recognises the need to deliver long term value based on strengthened relationships with agencies and suppliers.

Delivery Services is responsible for All-of-Government market approaches, strategic category reviews and managing supplier relationships. It sets the direction of the government property portfolio, delivers cross-agency property projects and supports agencies’ property planning, workplace change and design.

The Capability team focuses on capability design and development for procurement and property and provides an advisory service.

The Enabling team provides overarching assurance by the use of planning and governance frameworks and systems, provides a data and reporting capability, supports stakeholder engagement and operates a team of Account Managers as a first point of contact for key agencies.

The Commercial Pool leads and supports significant commercial activity on a user-pays basis for government agencies.

The Chief Advisors Procurement and Property provide high-quality thought leadership and advice on complex procurement and/or property matters.

Our new operating model delivers a collaborative approach to supporting our suppliers, agencies and stakeholders, while the integration of the property and procurement functions reduces duplication and enhances the sharing of ideas across the branch.

We have recruited a number of high calibre individuals; many are due to commence in the near future. Monthly updates will be provided as we transition to our new operating model, with next month’s focus being on the individuals responsible for the various areas.

Last updated 4 August 2017