The All-of-Government (AoG) IT hardware contract has returned to market. A Request for Proposals (RFP) was released through GETS on 31 March 2021.
IT hardware contract return to market
Impacted services: RealMe login outage
Te Tari Taiwhenua Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) is upgrading RealMe login services from 9pm on Friday 9 April to 9pm Sunday 11 April 2021.
Less-than-one-day rentals - a great alternative to reducing emissions
Less-than-one-day rentals (LTODR), also known as ‘car sharing’, is a mobility solution providing an on-demand short term use of a low emission vehicle, using app based technology.
Update on the use of technology platforms to support government procurement
New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) has been exploring the use of technology to make it easier for agencies and suppliers to engage. A key part of this is an online platform that simplifies the procurement process and reporting requirements.
Agencies achieving broader outcomes through procurement
Government agencies are successfully working to achieve greater public value by including broader outcomes in their procurement opportunities.
MBIE appoints new General Managers to lead Government Procurement and Government Property
We are delighted to announce the appointment of two new General Managers to lead Government Procurement and Government Property.
Amotai champions supplier diversity
Amotai is working alongside the Provincial Development Unit (PDU) and Te Puni Kōkiri (TPK) to embed supplier diversity in hundreds of regional projects that were announced as part of the COVID-19 economic recovery programme.
New environmental roadmap for the construction sector underway
Work on the Construction Sector Accord Transformation Plan Environment workstream, announced in September 2020 is underway. Led by BRANZ’s CEO, Chelydra Percy, the outcome of this work will be a roadmap for how the built environment and construction sector can contribute to Aotearoa New Zealand’s climate and other environmental aspirations.
As you will be aware the new Privacy Act 2020 came into effect on 1 December 2020, replacing the Privacy Act 1993.
Auckland Transport’s reusable face masks a sustainable procurement success story
The COVID-19 pandemic has defined the year 2020. For many government agencies with frontline workers in essential services, health and safety of staff became top priority.