NZGPP are pleased to announce the appointment of 37 additional providers to the All-of-Government (AoG) advertising services contract.
New advertising services providers for AoG
Contract award data to be open from October
From October 2019, New Zealand Government Procurement will start moving towards increased transparency on government spending by releasing contract award notices on a quarterly basis.
MBIE procurement professionals represented at annual awards
The fourth annual New Zealand Procurement Excellence Awards took place last week in Auckland, and two of MBIE's procurement professionals were finalists – with one receiving a special commendation.
Satisfying work helping agencies understand new travel contracts
NZGPP staff have just wound up presentations to 120 agency staff to help them save money, reduce their vehicle emissions profile and make use of new technology, as part of a three-city Travel Management Expo.
Leading flexible working in the state sector
State Services Commission (SSC) is tasked with leading the public sector in the service of New Zealand, and they are also leading the way when it comes to adopting and modelling new flexible ways of working.
Key themes from Rules consultation
Consultation on the proposed Government Procurement Rules 4th edition, intended to replace the Government Rules of Sourcing 3rd edition, closed on the 5th of March 2019.
Property Knowledge Hour: Property – are you legislatively compliant?
The April Government Property Group (GPG) Knowledge Hour session brought together an audience of agency property specialists to hear about the Department of Internal Affairs' (DIA) journey to discover whether they were compliant with all of the different legislation that impacts on an agency’s property portfolio.
New Government fleet emissions dashboard announced
NZGP has published a new dashboard containing the average CO2 emissions for each mandated government agency with a fleet of light vehicles.
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If you’re with an organisation that has supplied, or is thinking of supplying to government, we’d like to hear from you.
Leadership approach proves pivotal in the move to flexible working at DIA
The Government Property Group (GPG) recently met with Emily Redmond, Director, Change and Workplace and Kristen McCourtie, Design and Fit-out Stream Lead at the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) for a glimpse of how moving to flexible working has reaped early benefits.