Login with RealMe®

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.

​​Putting in an unsolicited proposal

​You can make an unsolicited proposal to an agency, but it must meet strict criteria to be considered.

If you think you have a strong, unique offering that a buyer has not advertised for, you can put in an unsolicited proposal.

Unsolicited proposals will only be considered when they:

  • are unique
  • provide value or significant benefit to the New Zealand taxpayer
  • are not advance proposals for a requirement that has already been identified
  • are not readily available in the marketplace
  • have been developed independently, without government assistance
  • include enough detail so that the agency can assess it properly.

If the buyer believes your proposal offers something that they need that no one else can offer, they'll complete a business case and potentially award you the contract. If it's something they need but you're not the only one who can do it, they might advertise it as an open contract opportunity and you'll have to compete for the contract.

Information on how buyers should deal with unsolicited proposals can be found here:

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