Government procurement in New Zealand is operating in a complex environment.
Property Knowledge Hour: New Zealand's Crowded places strategy - Protecting our crowded places from attack
The New Zealand Government developed the crowded places stategy in response to the Christchurch mosque attacks in 2019. Attacks like this, and the one experienced in Auckland more recently, highlight the importance of protecting our people, and the wider public.
Please join our speakers Inspector Brent Register from New Zealand Police and Bruce Kenning from Government Property Group, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, Hīkina Whakatutuki talk about why the crowded places strategy is important and the role of agencies.
2:30pm to 3:30pm
Property Knowledge Hours are open to any New Zealand Public Sector property practitioners
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.
News and Updates
Resetting the government procurement system
Property consultancy services agreement extension
The term of the current Common Capability property consultancy services agreement expires in March 2022.
Creating employment opportunities through government procurement
From 1 October 2021 government agencies must consider how they can create quality employment opportunities through their procurement activities and monitor them in government contracts.
Change to All-of-Government Memorandums of Understanding
Sixteen All-of-Government (AoG) Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) have been changed to allow us to share school spend data with the Ministry of Education’s Schools Buying team.
All-of-Government IT hardware contract extended
The current All-of-Government (AoG) IT hardware contract has been extended until 22 November 2021.