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Delivering better outcomes for New Zealand

Key dates

  • Sep 30

    Procurement Knowledge Hour: Managing strategic suppliers

    Government relies on strategic suppliers to deliver public services, particularly during major disruptions such as COVID-19.

    Join this virtual event to learn about the Office of Auditor General’s review of government’s management of strategic suppliers, and the steps taken by New Zealand Government Procurement and agencies to improve supplier relationship management practices in the public sector.

    Procurement Knowledge Hours are open to any New Zealand Public Sector procurement practitioners

    12:30pm to 1:30pm

    Register for the webinar

    Part of: Procurement key date Knowledge hour
  • Oct 1

    Updated deadlines for government procurement reporting

    With the recent changes in COVID-19 alert levels, we are:

    • extending the deadline for submitting Procurement Capability Index (PCI) assessments to 1 March 2022, and
    • cancelling this current round of reporting for the Significant Services Contract Framework (SSCF). The next SSCF report is due 1 March 2022.
    • Broader outcomes reporting is still due 1 October 2021.
    • Reporting on the progressive procurement policy is also due 1 October 2021.

    Spotlight on reporting – changes to the upcoming reporting deadlines

    Part of: Procurement key date Deadline
  • Oct 12

    Property Knowledge Hour: Improving accessibility in the workplace

    Accessibility means anyone can access all places, services and information with ease and dignity.

    Join our speakers from the Ministry of Social Development and Accident Compensation Corporation and learn about accessibility in public buildings: challenges in improving access for people with disabilities and impairments; and, the importance of consultative processes to find successful solutions.

    10:00am to 11:00am

    Property Knowledge Hours are open to any New Zealand Public Sector property practitioners

    Register for the webinar

    Part of: Property key date Knowledge hour
  • Mar 1

    Government procurement reporting

    Broader outcomes and significant service contracts (SSC) reporting is due 1 March 2022.

    Procurement Capability Index (PCI) assessments are now due on 1 March 2022. You can complete the PCI reporting any time before the new deadline.

    Frameworks, reporting and advice

    Reporting on broader outcomes

    Significant service contracts framework

    Procurement Capability Index

    Reporting on progressive procurement policy

    Part of: Procurement key date Deadline
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