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NZ Government appoints KPMG as Tier 1 provider on new AoG Consultancy Services panel

NZ Govt appoints KPMG Tier 1 provider on AoG Panel

KPMG has been appointed as a Tier 1 panel member in the All-of-Government (AoG) Consultancy Services solution, announced today by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE). The announcement formally confirms KPMG’s appointment at a top tier level in all six of the AoG Consultancy Services panel subcategories, comprising Accounting, Assurance, Audit, Finance & Economics, Procurement and Logistics, and Taxation.

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KPMG partner and Head of Government Services, Souella Cumming, says the firm is delighted to be appointed to the panel. “This appointment reflects KPMG’s depth of experience in working with New Zealand Government organisations and our commitment to New Zealand’s public sector.

“KPMG has an important role to play in improving outcomes, realising efficiencies and enhancing trust and confidence in the public sector. We’re committed to building a better public sector for the benefit of all New Zealanders.

“Our experienced Advisory, Audit, Tax and Private Enterprise teams are looking forward to continuing our work with central agencies and organisations across the wider public sector during the next three years and beyond”.

MBIE has established the All-of-Government solution as part of the New Zealand Government Procurement Programme, which aims to make the procurement of Consultancy Services easier for providers and Participating Agencies, reward quality, provide more transparency and achieve value for money.

Key information and frequently asked questions

What is the All-of-Government (AoG) Consultancy Services solution, and why has it been created?

The Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has established the All-of-Government solution as part of the New Zealand Government Procurement Programme, which aims to make the procurement of Consultancy Services easier for providers and Participating Agencies, reward quality, provide more transparency and achieve value for money. MBIE is leading the development of an AoG solution for consultancy services and is introducing categories in a phased approach, i.e. taking tranches of sub categories to market over time. More information on the AoG Consultancy Services solution is available at: http://www.business.govt.nz/procurement/all-of-government-contracts/current-all-of-government-contracts/consultancy-services/business-and-finance-tranche-1/

For which AoG panel sub categories has KPMG been selected?

KPMG is a panel member in the AoG Consultancy Services solution for Business and Finance – Tranche 1 in the sub categories Tier 1 Accounting, Tier 1 Assurance, Tier 1 Audit, Tier 1 Finance and Economics, Tier 1 Procurement and Logistics, and Tier 1 Taxation.

Which public sector agencies will be procuring Consultancy Services through the new AoG panel?

  • Other State Services agencies are expected to use the AoG panel; and
  • Organisations in the wider State Sector and Public Sector are encouraged to register to use the panel.

When can Participating Agencies begin to procure Consultancy Services through the AoG panel?

The panel is now live following MBIE’s formal announcement today – visit www.procurement.govt.nz for further information.

For more information contact:

Souella Cumming
Head of Government Services
KPMG Primary Point of Contact for All-of-Government & AoG Relationship Manager
Phone: +64 4 816 4519
Mobile: +64 274 521 278
Email: smcumming@kpmg.co.nz

Richard Leggett
AoG Relationship Coordinator
Phone: +64 4 816 4828
Mobile: +64 27 801 9986
Email: rleggett@kpmg.co.nz

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