We review and provide advice on any significant government procurement plans
Under the Government Procurement Rules (Rule 22), we review procurements that meet one or more of the Significant Procurement Plan (SPP) criteria. This includes procurements that:
It doesn't include:
Although this service is mainly for significant procurements, we're happy to provide advice at the planning stage of any state sector procurement.
To help agencies achieve the best outcome from their procurement, we peer review any document that sets out:
This could be a business case, a procurement plan, a sourcing plan or similar.
Email your procurement planning document to the Procurement planning team. It’s a good idea to send your procurement planning documents to us as early as possible, eg at the draft stage. We aim to provide feedback within five business days of receiving your document.
Documents are submitted to us in confidence and are not published, though we might forward your documents to other functional lead agencies if they relate to ICT procurement initiatives.
This checklist outlines the criteria we use as a guideline when peer reviewing significant procurement plans (Rule 22, Government Procurement Rules).
We provide advice and feedback on your procurement planning document to make sure that:
We want to work collaboratively with agencies to foster robust procurement planning. Our reviews help with: