As part of the New Zealand Government Procurement Reform Programme, the All-of-Government contracts programme is progressively exploring and negotiating new supply agreements between the Crown and approved suppliers for selected common-use goods and services. By harnessing the collective buying power of over 200 State sector agencies, councils and over 2,400 schools, government has positioned itself as a ‘customer of choice’ and is able to achieve substantial cost savings.
This section of our site includes progressive updates on some of the All-of-Government contracts currently being developed by the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment, Economic Development Group.
The first four All-of-Government contracts were put in place in 2010. Since then a number of new contracts have been put in place. More information about these contracts can be found in our current All-of-Government contracts section.
As part of the New Zealand Government Procurement Reform Programme, MBIE is looking at the feasibility of an all-of-government solution for banking services.
As part of the Government Procurement Reform programme, the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is looking at the feasibility of an all-of-government (AoG) solution for building materials.
As part of MBIEs role as Procurement Functional Leader we are considering All-of-Government solutions for Consultancy Services.
On 6 June 2013 the Centre of Expertise for Travel (CoE) issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) to the market for the supply of Rental Vehicles.