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Some types of procurement have different requirements to the standard procurement process. This guidance can help.
In general, agencies should not engage with consultants or contractors to deliver core public service functions. Guidance on the use of contractors and consultants in the public sector provides further support to agencies.
This guidance helps government departments and agencies to be fair to all suppliers when sourcing cloud services.
When buying or procuring social services, focus on delivering good social outcomes for people living in New Zealand.
A series of guides you can download to help with different aspects of construction procurement including information about building rating systems.
In a genuine emergency, you might not have to follow the usual procurement procedures.
Rule 12A enables the Procurement Functional Leader to respond to a policy priority, emergency or crisis by declaring appropriate procurement response measures.
An initiative to link non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that deliver social services with businesses interested in providing them with discounted pricing.
Resources - Procurement Manual - Waka Kotahi - New Zealand Transport Agency
Investment management system - The Treasury
New Zealand Infrastructure Commission - Te Waihanga - The Treasury
Overview by the Auditor-General - Office of the Auditor-General
Procurement guidelines - New Zealand Construction Industry Council (NZCIC)
Guidelines for Treatment of Intellectual Property Rights in ICT Contracts - data.govt.nz