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.
Core banking services for government haven’t been tendered for over 20 years.
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.
As part of the New Zealand Government Procurement Reform Programme, the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is looking at the feasibility of an All-of-Government (AoG) solution for Risk Financing and Insurance.
A new All-of-Government advertising media placement contract was released on GETS by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).
Design services for government agencies have previously been offered through a syndicated contract managed by the Ministry of Social Development (MSD).