New Zealand Government Procurement is refreshing the All-of-Government (AoG) consultancy services panel. An RFP (Request for Proposal) was released through GETS on 18 December 2020. This is an opportunity for new providers to apply to join the panel as well as current suppliers to apply for additional sub-categories.
AoG consultancy services RFP released
Supplier diversity to increase through new procurement targets for Māori businesses
The Cabinet has agreed to a new procurement target for mandated agencies.
Consultations wrap up
We recently closed the consultation on the extension of the Government Procurement Rules to more government entities, as well as consultations on implementing new Rules relating to procurement response measures and employment outcomes.
Highlights of the 2020 All-of-Government agency satisfaction survey
Listening to our stakeholders and using their feedback to inform our work programme is an important part of the way we work at New Zealand Government Procurement (NZGP).
COVID-19 property update – for agencies
Here is the latest property-related information for government agencies.
All-of-Government office supplies (Generation Three) return to market
The All-of-Government (AoG) office supplies contract has returned to market for the Generation Three solution. The Request for Proposal (RFP) was released on 16 November.
Consultancy services panel refresh - webinar
The consultancy services contract is currently undergoing a panel refresh which will provide an opportunity to expand the scope of its services and capability of the contract.
Demystifying procurement – workshops in 2021
We are seeking expressions of interest for face-to-face demystifying procurement workshops for 2021. This will help us plan where (eg Auckland, Christchurch) you would like us to hold workshops.
There’s a new team in New Zealand Government Procurement
New Zealand Government Procurement have recently established a new advisory team focused on construction. The Construction Procurement Advisory team supports the work of the Construction Accord to transform the industry, with a specific focus on using government projects to help move the industry in the right direction.
Getting the best from panels of suppliers
The Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) has been looking into panels of suppliers and how public organisations use them, as part of their three-year programme on procurement.