If you’re with a business that has supplied, or is thinking of supplying to government, we’d like to hear from you.
Our aim is to ensure that government delivers broader social, economic and environmental benefits as well as value for all New Zealanders, while supporting the delivery of better public services through its procurement activity. Working effectively with business is crucial to achieving this goal.
We are seeking feedback from businesses that supply government on how the procurement of goods and services is undertaken across government. This includes any government department, ministry, crown entity, district health board, tertiary education institution or local authority - not just MBIE. Your feedback is critical in helping us improve government procurement practice.
When we publish the findings, you will be able to see how your business compares with other businesses regarding size, sector and opinions when it comes to working with government. This can provide valuable insight into your current business position and possibly provide learnings for the future.
You can read about the results from the last survey.
The current COVID-19 environment has created unique pressures on the business community. Noting this, we deferred the 2020 Government Procurement business survey. While we have not included questions related to COVID-19, we welcome comments about how the pandemic has affected your business.
The survey is now open, and will close on Monday 10 May 2021. It will take about 10-15 minutes to complete and you can respond to this survey on your computer, phone, or tablet. The survey is anonymous and responses will be combined for reporting. A report outlining the findings of the survey will be published later this year.