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Procurement manual

The Procurement manual is to be used for activities funded through the National Land Transport Programme and contains procurement procedures approved by the NZ Transport Agency for use by approved organisations when purchasing infrastructure, planning and advice, and public transport services. This manual also provides guidance on the application of these procurement procedures and the strategic context within which they operate.

A new version of the Procurement manual, Amendment 4 [PDF, 4.1 MB], is now available. It has been made available ahead of its effective date of 1 March 2018 to give approved organisations time to amend their systems if necessary to be ready for the 1 March effective date. The changes included in Amendment 4 are fully described in General circular 17/06 Amendment to the NZ Transport Agency Procurement manual [PDF, 860 KB].

Procurement tools

There are a number of tools to assist in the use of the manual and application of Transport Agency procurement policies including:

Frequently asked questions

For further information on the Transport Agency procurement policy, including the Procurement Manual and procurement procedures, view our frequently asked questions [PDF, 141 KB]

Procurement manual tools

Supplier selection

Public transport contract price adjustment

Infrastructure contract price adjustment

The contract price adjustment tools have been updated. Refer to General Circular 17/02: Change in the presentation of NZ Transport Agency infrastructure indexes [PDF, 1 MB] published 1 March 2017.

If you're experiencing problems with Excel macro enabled file, you can try and open it from a saved location:

  1. In Internet Explorer, right-click the link to the Excel file, and then choose 'Save Target As' from the pop-up menu. In other browsers, right-click the link to the Excel file and choose the pop-up menu item that is labeled 'Save link As', 'Save target as ...' or similar.
  2. Specify a name and location for the Excel file, and then click 'Save'.
  3. Open MS Excel, choose 'File / Open', and select the Excel file you saved in Step 2 above.

If you're using Excel 2010:

  1. Follow the above steps
  2. Go to View tab and click on Full screen. All the spreadsheets will be visible, but will lose the navigation bar.

Still having problems? Email us.

Last updated: 6 December 2017

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