The dashboards provide insights into procurement practice and spending patterns and identifying issues, gaps or areas of improvement. They support intelligence-led decision-making, focusing on improved procurement performance and successful outcomes.
This dashboard shows transparency and insights into the procurement lifecycle from Government Electronic Tenders Service (GETS) data.
Use the GETS dashboard to get a view of:
This dashboard compares government tenders for products and services by using responses and time taken to award.
Download the dashboard to your computer to filter the data. This function will not work if the dashboard opens in the browser.
This dashboard contains information collected via GETS. It is the agency’s responsibility to make sure the information they are entering into GETS is accurate and complete.
It shows data across several years. This means it can reveal the impact of disruptive events like the COVID-19 pandemic.
We will update this dashboard quarterly to keep the data fresh and help you stay competitive.
On the left side of the tabs, there may be different ‘slicer’ boxes. These boxes have clickable buttons that can filter the displayed data. Clicking the first button at the top of the box (multi-select tick box icon), lets you select multiple buttons at the same time to show combined data (for example, large and medium agencies). Clicking the second button (clear filter button) clears any selections made and displays the combined data of all entries in that box.
Along the bottom of the dashboard are tabs that can be used to show different information.
This tab lets you directly compare an agency (or agencies) to the average of agencies within the same sector and agency size.
This shows the geographical area where tenders were advertised. When a tender is advertised in multiple regions, those regions are all included.
This dashboard identifies up to five tenders linked to the FPO, as FPOs with more than five resulting tenders are uncommon.
|Total tenders||All Requests for Proposal, Requests for Quotation, Requests for Tender and Award Notice open between the selected year(s).|
|Total bids||All bids included, whether they were successful or not.|
|Contract value||All Tenders. Where the contract value is not published the value is calculated at 0.4 of the advertised range. The 0.4 multiplier is based on previous analysis of past tenders where the value has been published. If a range has not been entered, this will be reported as 0.|
|Average days open||All tenders from the open date to close date then averaged - this is only if the tender has closed (this is all days, not business days).|
|Average days to award||Awarded tenders only (this is all days, not business days).|
|Average open to awarded||Awarded tenders only (this is all days, not business days).|
|Business type||Awarded Suppliers - Māori / Pasifika is defined via NZBN self-identification and GETS self-identification as completed by the Supplier.|
|Tenders awarded||Tenders where the status is 'awarded' and there has been a successful bid recorded in GETS.|
|Top suppliers||Multiple suppliers can be awarded a contract from a single tender. The contract award value is divided by the total number of awarded suppliers. Suppliers noted in the award comments or who are unidentifiable will be excluded. The rank is based on the contract value and not the number of tenders.|
|How long it takes to complete a tender||Split by tender type, average days taken to complete a tender. Tenders in progress aren't included.|
|Benchmark||The average result of the same sector and size of the selected agency for comparison of that metric.|
|Response rate||Where the tender received at least one bid from a supplier.|
|Contract value published||Proportion of the number of tenders where the contract value is published.|
|Exemptions||The proportion of number of tenders exempt from open advertising.|
|Awarded tenders by region||The region(s) are based on where the tender is advertised. Some tenders have been excluded where the region was not recorded. When a tender is advertised in multiple regions then all regions will be included as "awarded".|
|Māori or Pasifika bid/award||Identifies responses and successful outcomes where a supplier has self-identified as being a Māori or Pasifika business.|
|Future Procurement Opportunity (FPOs)||This type was introduced in September 2020 and can result in multiple child tenders, the report will identify up to 5 tenders linked to the FPO. FPOs with more than 5 resulting tenders are uncommon.|