procurement

This guide is for suppliers who are delivering or interested in delivering goods or services to the New Zealand government. It’ll help you better understand the specific demands and processes that apply when the government buys goods and services.

This guide is for suppliers who are delivering or interested in delivering goods or services to the New Zealand government. It’ll help you better understand the specific demands and processes that apply when the government buys goods and services.

The guide:

  • provides an overview of the government market
  • describes the rules and processes that government agencies follow to buy goods and services
  • outlines where to look for government opportunities
  • provides tips on preparing and submitting a tender, to help you improve your chances of being chosen to provide goods or
    services to the government
  • explains the common jargon you’ll encounter during the tender process.

The future of Procurement especially Social Procurement will be significant for Māori enterprises and will influence and direct how central and local Government buy products and services from Māori businesses.

To register will open you up to updates, information and connections in the Procurement space.

  • Amotai Maori and Pasifika Social Procurement is Aotearoa’s Supplier Diversity Intermediary. Amotai provides Māori and Pasifika businesses with connections to Buyers who recognise the added social value buying from Māori and Pasifika businesses can create in our communities.

    This practice, commonly known as supplier diversity and development, is a dynamic and evolving discipline. 

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