The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) Hīkina Whakatutuki has recently completed the procurement process to secure an e-Invoicing open syndicated agreement with a panel of access point providers for all of government to use.
The PEPPOL capabilities and associated services agreement is available to agencies within the public sector, including public service departments, non-public service departments (such as the New Zealand Police), Crown Entities, State-owned enterprises and local authorities.
The agreement covers the provision of e-Invoicing capabilities and associated services, based on the global PEPPOL standard.
The buyers’ guide outlines what each panel provider offers and their rates. Agencies will be able to select their preferred provider from the panel and begin to discuss their specific implementation and ongoing requirements.
The MBIE e-Invoicing team is available to help you understand how your agency can realise the benefits of e-Invoicing. Email the e-Invoicing team.
Government procurement teams are encouraged to engage with the appropriate people in their organisations to take advantage of the shorter, smoother process for procuring e-Invoicing services that this syndicated contract offers to Government.