We help government agencies to deliver better public services for better public value.
Each year, government agencies spend approximately $51.5 billion, around 20% GDP, procuring a wide range of goods and services from third party suppliers. Government also spends approximately $330 million each year managing the Crown’s property portfolio.
Getting procurement and property management right is important. It produces better outcomes for New Zealanders. We achieve this through good government policy, excellent procurement practices, effective property management, and strategic advice.
The Chief Executive of MBIE is the Functional Leader for government procurement and property. The Chief Executive of DIA/Government Chief Information Officer is the ICT Functional Leader and is responsible for the ICT strategy and action plan.
New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) and Government Property Group (GPG) delivers MBIE’s procurement and property functional leadership objectives through a collaborative, centre-led approach.
We help government agencies with:
We help government to deliver better value, and wider cultural, economic, environmental and social outcomes, by lifting procurement capability and performance.
We lead the management of the Crown estate, and help other agencies by providing advice and education on:
We also manage the Government Property Portal (GPP). GPP has property and lease, asset, space and facilities management modules as well as reporting capabilities that help agencies manage their property better.