We’ve extended the consultation window by three weeks to 5 May, so more people can have their say.
Procurement for the future: Capability concept labs registration deadline
Registrations of interest for our April concept labs close at 5pm, 29 March. Join us to help design the changes needed to shape the future of government procurement capability.
Learn more about the April concept labs and how to register:
Government procurement reporting
Broader outcomes priority outcome three, progressive procurement policy reporting and procurement capability index (PCI) assessments are due 1 October 2023.
Reporting on progressive procurement policy
News and updates
Extension of consultation period on sector leadership model
Government increases progressive procurement target following policy success
The cross-government progressive procurement target is increasing from 5% to 8% of government contracts to be awarded to Māori businesses.
Michael Hiscox awarded CIPS fellowship
Our own Michael Hiscox has been recognised for his valuable contribution to the procurement and supply profession by CIPS – the world’s largest professional body for procurement and supply.
Procurement for the future April concept labs
Join us for the latest in our ongoing series of procurement for the future collaboration events, this time focussing on procurement capability.
Cyclone Gabrielle – Emergency procurement guidance
In an emergency like a cyclone or a flood, agencies may not have to follow the usual procurement procedures. Agencies will need to be flexible in how they procure goods and services that are required for their response, and are permitted to forgo routine procurement procedures.