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More May CoLabs: Collaborative contracting, data and new capabilities

May is a big month for procurement for the future’s system engagement. We’re running more CoLabs to help get more projects off the page and into action.

Coming up:

  • 9:00am to 12:00pm, 25 May, Central Wellington (in person)
  • 1:00pm to 4:00pm, 30 May (online)

Get involved in the procurement for the future programme

Register your interest

To join us, please complete our registration form before 5pm, Thursday 11 May.

Participate in a procurement for the future CoLab

We’ll be in touch after registration closes to confirm attendance.

If you'd like to discuss anything before registering, email the Procurement for the future team.


Next generation collaborative contracting

We’re seeking your thoughts on draft principles and criteria for the future deployment of collaborative contracting (such as All-of-Government, syndicated procurement, etc).

We’ll discuss the value proposition, principles and criteria of government’s ongoing deployment of collaborative contracting. Your contribution will help us develop updated principles and criteria for collaborative contracting.

Data insights

We’ll be identifying and prioritising the insights and information you need from the system. We’re keen to hear what insights and information would make your job easier. What would add the most value to you? We’ll also try and tease out potential new data sources and test the appetite for increased data transparency.

Procurement system capability model

What new or emerging technology capabilities need to be part of the procurement platform in the future?

In this session we’ll explore emerging people, process, information and technology trends. We’ll consider how government procurement technology can prepare for changes in the future and adopt these new ideas. This will help develop our procurement system capability model, so the system can better deliver to its strategies and outcomes.