Over the past year there has been a specific focus on how procurement can deliver greater public good for New Zealand.
News and Updates
Delivering greater public good through government procurement
New general manager for New Zealand Government Procurement and Property
After nearly 11 years leading New Zealand’s Government procurement and property reforms, John Ivil is moving on from his role as General Manager of New Zealand Government Procurement and Property (NZGPP) at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).
Upcoming consultation on extending the Rules to state and public sector agencies
The government’s response to COVID-19 has highlighted an opportunity to improve the standards and consistency of government procurement practice and accelerate the delivery of broader social, cultural, economic and environmental outcomes.
Procurement Capability Index reporting – how we can support you
The Procurement Capability Index (PCI) self-assessment reporting round is underway for 2020. PCI is an instrument for agencies to measure the maturity of their procurement function, set annual and long-term targets and monitor capability development.
We’re on the move!
From Monday 7 September New Zealand Government Procurement and Property will be based in Pastoral House at 25 The Terrace, Wellington.