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Key dates

  • Aug 14

    Property Knowledge Hour: Asbestos - three years on

    Come and hear WorkSafe talk about the requirements to have an Asbestos Management Plan in place for all buildings constructed before the year 2000. This will include how asbestos is classified and discuss the learnings from the Reserve Bank where a remediation project was undertaken.

    Part of: Property key date
  • Aug 27

    Procurement Knowledge Hour: Te Arawhiti – Building capability to better support the Maori Crown relationship

    The Māori Crown relationship impacts work across the public service and cultural capability is a growing consideration in procurement. Research has shown there is a need to understand the rights, interests and perspectives of Māori and build a culture and environment that reflects te ao Māori.

    Come and hear Esther King talk about how Te Arawhiti is responding to these findings and developing a cultural capability framework to assist agencies build capability for Māori and all New Zealanders.

    Part of: Procurement key date Knowledge hour
  • Sep 4

    Government Procurement Rules - Auckland briefing

    New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) are updating the Government Procurement Rules to align with the government’s broader outcomes programme and priorities for economic growth, prosperity and transition to a low carbon economy. We invite you to an agency briefing where we will provide an overview to the changes of government procurement and highlight procurement’s role as a lever to support wider social, economic and environmental outcomes.

    Auckland – 1pm at the Auckland Policy Office, Kauri Room, Level 6, 45 Queen Street

    Part of: Briefing Procurement key date
  • Sep 5

    Government Procurement Rules - Wellington briefing

    New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) are updating the Government Procurement Rules to align with the government’s broader outcomes programme and priorities for economic growth, prosperity and transition to a low carbon economy. We invite you to an agency briefing where we will provide an overview to the changes of government procurement and highlight procurement’s role as a lever to support wider social, economic and environmental outcomes.

    Wellington – 8am at MBIE, Meeting Room G.01, G.02, G.03, 15 Stout Street

    Part of: Briefing Procurement key date
  • Sep 10

    Government Procurement Rules - Wellington briefing

    New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) are updating the Government Procurement Rules to align with the government’s broader outcomes programme and priorities for economic growth, prosperity and transition to a low carbon economy. We invite you to an agency briefing where we will provide an overview to the changes of government procurement and highlight procurement’s role as a lever to support wider social, economic and environmental outcomes.

    Wellington – 8:30am at MBIE, Meeting Room G.03, 15 Stout Street

    Part of: Briefing Procurement key date
  • Sep 11

    Government Procurement Rules - Wellington briefing

    New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) are updating the Government Procurement Rules to align with the government’s broader outcomes programme and priorities for economic growth, prosperity and transition to a low carbon economy. We invite you to an agency briefing where we will provide an overview to the changes of government procurement and highlight procurement’s role as a lever to support wider social, economic and environmental outcomes.

    Wellington – 10am at MBIE, Meeting Room G.02, 15 Stout Street

    Part of: Briefing Procurement key date
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