NZ Government promotes a Trojan Horse that will eliminate competition

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NZRise holds the view that the procurement process MBIE and DIA followed to establish a Common Capability for all-of-government Human Resource (HR) systems is fundamentally flawed. We are further concerned the only option presented to agencies is a single supplier – SAP. NZRise strongly promote transparency in government procurement. To this end we propose a […]

NZRise support for the National Library “Increasingly Digital project”

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Don Christie, on behalf of NZRise, has been working with the National Library “Increasingly Digital” project over the past 18 months in a governance role. The purpose of the Increasingly Digital project was to explore how students and teachers discover, access, use, create, and share resources to support learning in current and future learning environments. […]

2018 Procurement Seminar

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For a morning on September 12, we invited both industry and government to work together towards growing the NZ tech sector. Thank you to all those who participated in our procurement workshop, we really appreciate the collaboration, the collective discussions, the presentations and listening to the buzz the report backs generated in the room. This […]

The Privacy Bill and candid insights from our Privacy Commissioner

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Inspired by the Privacy Commissioner John Edwards and his straight talking, aspirational goals for New Zealand citizens, NZRise submitted our perspective on the proposed Privacy Bill – see below. First up we recommend you listen to John’s fireside chat with Miki: Listen to “John Edwards – NZRise privacy fireside chat” on Spreaker. NZRise Privacy Bill […]