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​​Functional leadership

Functional leadership is a key pillar of the Better Public Services change programme. It aims to improve the effectiveness and reduce the overall costs to government of common business functions. MBIE is the functional leader for government procurement and property. 

Procurement functional leadership

Cabinet papers

Cabinet paper: Enhancing the effectiveness of Government Procurement policy [PDF, 896 KB]

This paper sought approval to use government procurement to support additional outcomes, focusing on four priority areas.

Cabinet minute: Enhancing the effectiveness of Government Procurement policy [PDF, 154 KB]

Cabinet minute (CAB-18-MIN-0516.01) from 23 October 2018, for the proposal to use government procurement to support additional outcomes.

Cabinet paper: Government Procurement Functional Leadership [PDF, 224 KB]

[SEC (12) 90] 19 September 2012, (Released 20 December 2012)

This paper seeks cabinet's approval of proposals to implement procurement functional leadership.

Cabinet minute: Government Procurement Functional Leadership [PDF, 25.8 KB]

[CAB Min (12) 35/4D] 1 October 2012, (Released 26 October 2012)

Procurement functional leaders group minutes

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