Cabinet agreed last year that a priority outcome is to leverage government procurement to reduce the emissions profile of the government fleet, as part of work to transition to a net zero emissions economy by 2050.
Mark your calendars for 2019 knowledge sharing sessions
On Tuesday 12 February from 8:00 to 9:00am, people will hear about the development of a property maturity index which will measure agencies’ property capability and maturity.
Consultation on proposed Supplier Code of Conduct closes
Have your say – we are seeking feedback on a Supplier Code of Conduct.
Procurement Breakfast Session: Leveraging procurement to achieve broader outcomes
Come and hear Karen English from New Zealand Government Procurement and Property, talk about leveraging procurment to achieve broader outcomes.
Consultation on proposed Government Procurement Rules 4th Edition closes
We are seeking feedback on the Government Procurement Rules 4th edition.
Establishing a property graduate programme
On Thursday 14 March we will hear ideas to developing the property profession including the property graduate programme in 2020.
NZGPP is intending to establish a property graduate programme and is seeking an indication of interest from agencies. Our aim is to grow expertise in property and develop future property leaders. Graduates in the programme will be employed fixed term for two years and will rotate around different agencies during those two years. Graduates will be selected in 2019 with a view to starting work with agencies in February 2020.
If you are interested in hosting a graduate, or have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Procurement Breakfast Session: Collaborative work sourcing family violence programmes
Come and hear the Department of Corrections and Ministry of Justice, talk about collaborative work sourcing family violence programmes.
Procurement Breakfast Session: Procurement strategy for New Plymouth
Come and hear the New Plymouth District Council, talk about their procurement strategy for New Plymouth.
News and Updates
Tracking the carbon emissions of the government’s fleet
Consultation opens on Government Procurement Rules 4th edition
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has released a document seeking feedback on the Government Procurement Rules, 4th edition.
Supplier feedback survey launching soon
This month New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) will launch a supplier survey to gather a more complete supplier perspective of government’s procurement activities.
Update on All-of-Government Construction Consultancy solution
New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) has been working closely with a sector reference group to develop a strategy for an All-of-Government (AoG) solution for construction consulting services, which will form part of the AoG Consulting Services suite of contracts.
Mandate change for Property Functional Leadership
Cabinet this week agreed to change the Property Functional Leadership mandate to enable the development and delivery of a government office accommodation programme.