Some types of procurement, like social services and construction, have different requirements to the standard procurement process.
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
Social services procurement
When buying or procuring social services, focus on delivering good social outcomes for people living in New Zealand.