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Spotlight on reporting – Agency reporting for March 2023

The next reporting deadline is 1 March 2023.

We are collecting reporting on:

  • Broader outcomes priority outcome three
  • Progressive procurement policy.

All government procurement mandated agencies must complete this reporting.

Frameworks, reporting and advice

We collect most of the broader outcomes reporting information automatically via systems such as GETS (Government Electronic Tender Service). However, we still require manual reporting for priority outcome three and progressive procurement.

Broader outcomes priority outcome three: improving conditions for New Zealand workers 

This report covers the period 1 July 2022 – 31 December 2022. It requires all mandated agencies to report on their designated contracts for cleaning, security and forestry.

Reporting on broader outcomes

Progressive procurement policy

This reporting covers the period 1 July 2022 – 31 December 2022. It requires all mandated agencies to report on their progress against a 5% target of their relevant annual procurement contracts being awarded to Māori businesses.

Reporting on progressive procurement policy

Significant service contracts framework

We are not collecting SSCF data in the March 2023 reporting round. We continue to explore the pros and cons of linking any future SSCF reporting with existing frameworks. While the SSCF reporting obligation is paused, continue to develop risk and governance programmes that identify and capture the risks associated with significant contracts, and engage with key stakeholders.

Procurement Capability Index

The next reporting for PCI returns to its regular schedule and will be due October 2023. We’re currently working on improving the PCI process to generate more insightful data and improve the user-experience. Our Assurance team will provide you with updates on these changes and any potential impacts in July 2023.

If you have any questions about this reporting round, please email the Procurement team.