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Travel suppliers are taking a number of steps to keep our travellers safe. These are outlined in the below link and are updated as requirements change. Please check the suppliers’ websites for the latest up-to-date information and schedules.
Travelling domestically during COVID-19 - What are suppliers doing [PDF, 270 KB]
A guide on travelling domestically during COVID-19. Travel suppliers are taking a number of steps to keep our travellers safe.
Guidance for managing workplaces during COVID-19
This guidance, and the accompanying workplace principles, helps agencies manage their workplaces through all COVID-19 Alert Levels.
Government property workplace guidelines – moving to Alert Level 1 [PDF, 671 KB]
This guidance is provided to assist agencies with workplace matters as they plan to move from Alert Level 2 to Alert Level 1.
Property workplace principles table for all COVID-19 Alert Levels as at 8 June 2020 [PDF, 681 KB]
This guidance describes the principles to apply to Government offices at the different Alert Levels as at 8 June 2020.
Government property workplace guidelines – moving to Alert Level 2 [PDF, 291 KB]
This guidance is provided to assist agencies with workplace matters as they plan to move from Alert Level 3 to Alert Level 2.
General guidance for managing workplaces during COVID-19 [PDF, 406 KB]
This guidance provides advice on the recommended measures to be taken in the workplace to assist minimising the risk and impacts of COVID-19.
All-of-Government (AoG) and Government Property Group (GPG) sourcing activity
Read an update on AoG and GPG tenders and contracts in light of COVID-19.
COVID 19: Government contract guidelines to support the construction industry
Government has implemented the first action from the Accord's Construction Sector Response Plan and issued guidance and expectations to agencies on managing contracts during the shutdown.