22 May 2013 - From time to time, suppliers may approach government with an unsolicited proposal, to meet a perceived need.
17 May 2013 - The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment invites agencies to attend an Agency Briefing in your region on the New Government Rules of Sourcing.
16 May 2013 - The Industry Capability Network, Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment and Business NZ are teaming up to bring a road-show to the regions on the changes happening in Government Procurement.
To help you transition to the new Rules, we have provided you with an internal communications pack to use within your Agency.
The GPRP Noticeboard is now available for viewing.
What's happening in the Government Procurement Branch?
Two agencies create one cost-effective mobile solution - collaboration leads to gains in policing efficiency.
Our new Commercial team provides access for agencies to a pool of highly capable and extremely experienced commercial procurement experts within MBIE.
PFL has been developed to accelerate and broaden the Government Procurement Reform Programme.
A subsidised study programme for procurement staff who want to undertake Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) study through the New Zealand Procurement Academy.
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) won two awards at the Australasian 2012 Procurement Professional Awards held in Melbourne last night.
Demystifying Procurement 27 and 28 November
The All-of-Government contracts for external recruitment services have been negotiated with 44 recruitment companies.
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15 August 2012
The new Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) comes into being today (1 July 2012).
Part of the Reform Programme is a review of the policy and regulatory framework surrounding government procurement. But what will this review actually mean for agencies and suppliers?
eMarketplace, our e-commerce channel of choice, just got even better following a major makeover.
From 17 May, all 2,500 fully or partially integrated state schools will have the option to join the existing AoG contracts. Access to these preferential government rates comes with some conditions, most notably that items can only be purchased for use in the classroom and running the school, not on-sold to pupils.
Check out our new quick guide to buying from All-of-Government contracts for councils.
The second edition Government Model Contracts have been launched and are now available for download.
The Procurement Competency Framework is now available for download
We've updated our A-Z list of guides for agencies and added some new ones.
Here you will find the latest news on the Next Generation Government Electronic Tenders Service.
Questions and answers relating to the Ministry of Economic Development's Meet the Buyer event.
As part of the Government Procurement Reform Programme we have reviewed and refreshed the principles of government procurement.