Procuring for broader outcomes
A case study of New Zealand: Measuring the impact of government procurement on productivity
This case study is part of a series of case studies on the measurement of the impacts
of centralised purchasing bodies on procurement efficiency and productivity. It looks
at procurement practices and strategies, assesses their impacts on the effectiveness
of the procurement system and their influence on the economy at large. It further
establishes linkages between procurement strategies and national well-being indicators.
The case study also looks at the enabling factors that are critical to achieve a comprehensive
measurement of the multi-dimensional impacts of strategic public procurement.
Published on August 04, 2022
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