The cross-government progressive procurement target is increasing from 5% to 8% of government contracts to be awarded to Māori businesses.
Government increases progressive procurement target following policy success
Michael Hiscox awarded CIPS fellowship
Our own Michael Hiscox has been recognised for his valuable contribution to the procurement and supply profession by CIPS – the world’s largest professional body for procurement and supply.
Procurement for the future April concept labs
Join us for the latest in our ongoing series of procurement for the future collaboration events, this time focussing on procurement capability.
New policy and guidance for managing cultural heritage places
Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage has refreshed the policy on how state sector agencies manage cultural heritage places.
Consultation on sector leadership model
We’re seeking feedback on the proposed introduction of a sector leadership approach to how government manages procurement in key sectors.
Procurement for the future March CoLabs
We’re hosting a series of design workshops called CoLabs to help us deliver the Government’s procurement for the future strategy.
Cyclone Gabrielle – Emergency procurement guidance
In an emergency like a cyclone or a flood, agencies may not have to follow the usual procurement procedures. Agencies will need to be flexible in how they procure goods and services that are required for their response, and are permitted to forgo routine procurement procedures.
Spotlight on reporting – Agency reporting for March 2023
The next reporting deadline is 1 March 2023.
Supporting broader outcomes through new workplace and classroom furniture contract
Launched today, the new Government Property Group (GPG) workplace and classroom furniture contract, previously known as office furniture, goes live on 18 February 2023.
Highlights of the 2022 All-of-Government agency satisfaction survey
We have achieved 70% agency satisfaction across the 20 All-of-Government (AoG) and two common capability contracts. This meets our target of 70% for agency satisfaction and a slight decrease from last year’s 71%.