We have achieved 71.2% agency satisfaction across the 20 All-of-Government (AoG) and two common capability contracts. This is a slight decrease from last year’s 72.9% year’s results but exceeds our target of 70% for agency satisfaction.
Highlights of the 2021 All-of-Government agency satisfaction survey
MBIE and Government Property Group teams collaborate on Blue Mountains Campus lease
The New Zealand Government Property team has worked closely with the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Hīkina Whakatutuki (MBIE) Property team to agree an initial 12-year lease between MBIE and developers Willis Bond.
First stage of the requirement to use a sustainable building rating system has commenced
The Procurement guide to reducing carbon emissions in building and construction has been revised to include the requirement to use an approved sustainable building rating system for new government owned non-residential buildings from 1 April 2022.
Great data – a road that will be more travelled
Liz Palmer, NZGP’s Director Enabling Services describes how great data, increased and shared transparency, and a roadmap towards automating data availability, will help support a better and brighter future of procurement.
COVID-19 property update – for agencies
Here is the latest property-related information for government agencies.
All-of-Government Banking services – Registration of Interest
The All-of-Government (AoG) banking services solution expires in June 2023, and a Registration of Interest (ROI) released today on GETS, represents the first of step in a multi-phase procurement process.
Implementing supplier relationship management toolkit
The supplier relationship management (SRM) toolkit introduces the key elements of supplier management and the value of implementing consistent and uniformed practices. Explore Part 2: Implementing the SRM toolkit.
Procurement graduate programme - seeking expressions of interest from agencies
We welcomed nine new procurement graduates who started their two-year journey in the procurement graduate programme last week.
Positioning procurement for the future – what is in a name?
The working title for the large programme of work that will position procurement for the future is Procurement 2.0. Some see it as a reset. The name is less important than the intention to collectively examine (and improve/elevate) the current government procurement system to meet future economic, social and environmental challenges.
Spotlight on reporting – Agency reporting for March 2022
The next reporting deadline is 1 March 2022 for broader outcomes, progressive procurement policy, procurement capability index and significant service contracts framework.