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To access New Zealand Government Procurement and Property, you need a RealMe login. If you’ve used a RealMe login somewhere else, you can use it here too. If you don’t already have a username and password, just select Login and choose to create one.

What’s RealMe?

To log in to this service you need a RealMe login.

This service uses RealMe login to secure and protect your personal information.

RealMe login is a service from the New Zealand government that includes a single login, letting you use one username and password to access a wide range of services online.

Find out more at www.realme.govt.nz.

Overseas contract opportunities

​Links to websites that list contract opportunities around the world.

Looking to start exporting?

You can find resources on the New Zealand Trade and Enterprise website.

Free trade agreements

Government procurement typically represents 14-20 per cent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in most developed countries. It's important that New Zealand businesses can access and compete on an even footing in global government procurement markets.

Free trade agreements between New Zealand and other countries make it easier for businesses to sell to foreign governments. We agree the contract opportunities that will be available to New Zealand suppliers and the basic procurement procedures that will be used.

New Zealand is involved in a number of current agreements, which contain provisions on government procurement.

Agreements currently in force

  • Australia New Zealand Government Procurement Agreement
  • ANZTEC - The Agreement between NZ and the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen, and Matsu on Economic Cooperation
  • New Zealand-Hong Kong, China Closer Economic Partnership
  • New Zealand-Korea Free Trade Agreement
  • New Zealand-Singapore Closer Economic Partnership
  • Trans Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership (P4) Agreement
  • World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA)

You can find more information on these agreements and related documents on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade website.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Potential opportunities through New Zealand’s free trade partners

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