Structured approach to strategic procurement Achieving strategic procurement outcomes involves setting strategic priorities and direction. The implementation links strategic planning with operational planning and financial planning and management.
Overview of developing procurement capability – what, why, how, who – and links to specific initiatives.
Procurement planning is a critical step in the end to end procurement life-cycle assisting agencies in achieving their objectives and delivering value for money to Government. It supports agencies with their budget and resource planning as well as in managing effective supply market engagements and subsequent sourcing processes.
To support the New Zealand Government Procurement Reform a set of standard conditions of contract have been developed for use by government agencies. This page contains Government Model Contract guides and templates.
This page links to key policies and guidance for agencies.