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Print devices

The All-of-Government (AoG) contract for print devices and print device management services was established in 2010. To date the contract has saved an estimated $10.9 million across government. By signing up, government agencies are spared the time and cost of putting individual print contracts in place because we manage the agreement on their behalf to make sure they achieve maximum savings.

On 14th January 2015 we released a request for proposals (RFP) for a new solution, as the current print contract is due to expire in September 2015. See our Return to Market progress page for more information.

This contract is managed by Government Procurement’s Print Centre of Expertise (CoE) email:

Panel of suppliers

The panel of suppliers for the AoG print contract are:

  • Canon New Zealand Limited
  • Fuji Xerox New Zealand Limited
  • Konica Minolta Business Solutions New Zealand Limited
  • Ricoh New Zealand Limited.

Features and benefits

What stays the same?

On a day-to-day basis, using the AoG Print contract will feel pretty much like business-as-usual for agencies.

You will still:

  • own the relationship with your the chosen supplier;
  • deal direct with suppliers to manage your print devices and pay for them;
  • deal direct with suppliers for day to day matters and reporting; and
  • have access to an extensive range of devices and services from which to choose.

What's different (and better)?

  • you spend less time and cost of putting your own print contract in place, we take care of that and manage the contract for you;
  • you specify your own supply arrangements under a simple Statement of Work;
  • you will save money;
  • additional consultancy services will be available for advice on the lowest cost print solutions (and most consultations are free!); and
  • opportunities to identify efficiencies and optimise your printing solution, so you save even more.

Please email if you would like to discuss your agency's requirements.

The Buyers’ Guide and signing up

Eligible agencies can access the AoG print contract by signing a letter of accession to a memorandum of understanding with the ICT CoE.

The Buyers’ Guide provides an overview of:

  • Key benefits;
  • How agencies will transition;
  • What you can buy, and how; and
  • Roles and responsibilities: buyers, suppliers and the CoE.

Download the Buyer's Guides:

Agency participation

Our print contract was one of the first AoG contracts established back in 2010. Eligible agencies continue to join up with 166 currently on board and realising significant savings.

Contact us

For more information or to provide feedback please contact the Print CoE:

Last updated 29 April 2015