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Government Rules of Sourcing
An overview
Meeting name
Meeting date
What are the Rules?
Government Rules of Sourcing
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New Rules replace the Mandatory Rules of
Procurement by Departments (2006)
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Endorsed by Cabinet
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Come into effect 1 October 2013
Why are the Rules important?
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Set the standard for procurement
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Strengthen accountability
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More consistent process
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Encourage commercial practice
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Get more suppliers involved in
delivering to government
Who do the Rules apply to?
Required
Expected
Encouraged
Encouraged
Rule 6
When do they apply?
Value thresholds have not changed.
Type of procurement
• Goods
• Services
• Refurbishment works
• New construction works
Value threshold
$100,000 +
$10 million +
Rules 7 & 8
What does this mean for us?
Key changes
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Rules #1 = apply the Principles
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10 day rule gone – new minimum time periods
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Allowable reductions can shorten time periods
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Evaluation criteria published in the tender
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Rank or weight criteria
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E-auctions
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Unsolicited unique proposal
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MBIE review of significant business cases
Our implementation plan
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Action
Attend MBIE briefing
Notify staff – intranet campaign
Update our policy
Brief managers
Train procurement staff
Rules ‘go live’
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