The AoG utilities team is currently working with our panel of suppliers for the AoG Electricity Tranche 13. This tranche is now closed to any new sites.
Property Knowledge Hour: Improving supplier engagement and procurement outcomes
Come along and hear about the Ministry of Education’s experiences of procurement in property. Chief Procurement Officer, Laurence Pidcock, will explain about how the Ministry of Education has taken a proactive approach to school infrastructure procurement, including the benefits of taking a strategic approach to engaging with suppliers.
Property knowledge hours are open to New Zealand Public Sector property practitioners.
News and Updates
Update on Electricity contract - Tranche 13
New Zealand Government Procurement and the New Zealand Business Number - transforming the way we work
One week to plan and less than two weeks to build and deploy – that was the experience of MBIE’s New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) when integrating the New Zealand Business Number (NZBN) with its Client Relationship Management (CRM) tool.
Reducing carbon emissions with Toitū carbonreduce
Government agencies have been working towards achieving public value through broader outcomes. As a way of achieving public value, agencies are engaging with Toitū Envirocare (formerly Enviro-Mark) to measure and manage their carbon emissions.
Collaboration driving the future vision for property
There is now more collaboration taking place across agency property teams, with Government Property Group leading and coordinating more discussions and future planning following the property mandate changes one year ago, and new expectations for government office accommodation.
Construction consultancy services contract launched
The All-of-Government contract for construction consultancy services has been launched and registration is now open for providers.