Property will be a key conduit to our ability to deliver government services that citizens need and are citizen focused, with a clear priority on more collaboration between agencies, workplaces that value people, and value for money.
Step change for government office accommodation
Contracts supporting property management
New Zealand Government Procurement & Property provides a number of property related procurement contracts that agencies can access. By signing up for the panel arrangements and services offered, it saves both time and costs and also enabling agencies to access specialised capability.
Guidance available on Government Procurement Rules 4th edition
New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP) has developed guidance for agencies on the Government Procurement Rules, 4th edition.
Smarter government accommodation planning for Wellington region
Options for government office accommodation in the wider Wellington region are being explored to better support citizen needs, regional growth and the vision for a modern, unified Public Service.
Briefing dates for Rules changes
We’ll be holding the following sessions to explain the Rules changes which are coming into effect from 1 October 2019.
Government Model Contracts (GMC) consultation
NZGP will shortly issue new versions of the Government Model Contracts (GMC) templates for consultation. The consultation period will run for four weeks.
Procurement Functional Leaders Group
The Procurement Functional Leaders Group (PFLG) was recently formed to discuss key challenges and opportunities for procurement across government.
Update on Electricity contract - Tranch 12
The AoG utilities team is currently working with our panel of suppliers for the AoG Electricity Tranche 12. This tranche is now closed to any new sites.
Seamless adoption and delivery of flexible working model at the Treasury
New Zealand’s lead government advisor on economic and financial policy, the Treasury, has smoothly transformed to a flexible, modern and agile work environment.
Responsibilities for historic sites deliver wide community benefit
A trans-Tasman meeting of New Zealand and Australian property specialists was held in New South Wales (NSW) in late-May.