Tighter rules to encourage supplier diversity

4 October 2021

A new rule forcing New Zealand government agencies to procure from a more diverse range of suppliers has come into force.

New procurement rule 18A aims to use public spending to create employment opportunities for women, Māori and Pacific peoples, and disabled and young people.

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