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All-of-Government Banking services – Registration of Interest

Part of: All-of-Government Procurement news Finance

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 step in a multi-phase procurement process.

Matt Perkins, Director Delivery Services New Zealand Government Procurement says, “The ROI is for three of the existing four service agreements or sub-categories: Foreign exchange transactions; merchant facilities and Inward payment collection services; card services; and a new opportunity to provide transactional banking (for non-core agencies).”

The ROI includes details of how to respond.

To download the document set, you will need to make sure you’re a registered supplier and have subscribed to the GETS notice.

The ROI is an exciting opportunity. Many agencies will naturally ask if it impacts the Crown transactional banking services agreement – the biggest subcategory. Matt explains why this is not a topic we can comment on at present, “MBIE is in the early stages of a sole source procurement process with Westpac for Core Transactional Banking – and we will not provide further commentary while commercially sensitive procurement discussions are underway.”