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Status of asset analytics in New Zealand

This report assesses the status of long-term road asset analytics for renewals and maintenance planning for local authority Road Controlling Authorities in New Zealand.

REG procurement strategy self-assessment tool

Procurement Strategy Self-Assessment Tool for your organisation to assist in improving the outcomes and value from procurement and service delivery.

Business Case Approach to Activity Management Planning

This summary guide has been developed to help RCAs incorporate the NZ Transport Agency Business Case Approach (BCA) into their Activity Management Plans (AMPs).

Asset Management Competency Framework

The Asset Management Competency Framework defines the organisational and individual capabilities and skills required to effectively plan, invest in and deliver transport outcomes that are focused on realising benefits for the customer. The framework and competencies provide governance, management and asset managers and engineers with a structure to understand the capability required at an organisational and individual level.

Delivering better outcomes together: a supplier perspective (full length video)

Richard Kirby from Tasman District Council and Peter Silcock CEO of Civil Contractors NZ (CCNZ) discussing where we can make a difference when procuring.

Part 1: Delivering better outcomes together: a supplier perspective

Client issues and response (1.24 minutes)

Richard Kirby from Tasman District Council and Peter Silcock CEO of Civil Contractors NZ (CCNZ) discussing the current busy market and how quality procurement attracts quality contractors.

Part 2: Delivering better outcomes together: a supplier perspective

Improving procurement (2.05 minutes)

Richard Kirby from Tasman District Council and Peter Silcock CEO of Civil Contractors NZ (CCNZ) discussing four suggestions for improving procurement in a busy market.

Part 3: Delivering better outcomes together: a supplier perspective

Planned programmes (3.44 minutes)

Richard Kirby from Tasman District Council and Peter Silcock CEO of Civil Contractors NZ (CCNZ) discussing the importance of engaging with contractors on procurement planning to develop a pipeline of work and to understand the market.

Part 4: Delivering better outcomes together: a supplier perspective

Objectives and Outcomes (3.06 minutes)

Richard Kirby from Tasman District Council and Peter Silcock CEO of Civil Contractors NZ (CCNZ) discussing the importance of aligning the RFT and contract documents with the client’s sought outcomes and objectives.

Part 5: Delivering better outcomes together: a supplier perspective

Risk allocation (0.50 minutes)

Richard Kirby from Tasman District Council and Peter Silcock CEO of Civil Contractors NZ (CCNZ) discussing why putting risk onto the contractor puts up the tender price and why contractors won’t tender for the work when there is too much risk.

Part 6: Delivering better outcomes together: a supplier perspective

Collaboration (6.14 minutes)

Richard Kirby from Tasman District Council and Peter Silcock CEO of Civil Contractors NZ (CCNZ) discussing the importance of collaboration as it attracts innovation and adds value, and the need to work in partnership as it breaks down barriers.

Part 7: Delivering better outcomes together: a supplier perspective

Standardised documents (2.03 minutes)

Richard Kirby from Tasman District Council and Peter Silcock CEO of Civil Contractors NZ (CCNZ) discussing the importance of minimising the number of special conditions of contract to ensure risk is allocated correctly.

Part 8: Delivering better outcomes together: a supplier perspective

Value for money (1.06 minutes)

Richard Kirby from Tasman District Council and Peter Silcock CEO of Civil Contractors NZ (CCNZ) discussing how value for money is simply achieving the client’s objectives.

Taupō District Council – Holistic approach to improving data quality

This case study is intended to provide a detailed look at how Taupō District Council has approached the capture, recording and managing of quality asset data to support their decision-making and reporting needs.

Support information for ONRC monitoring

An updated ONRC monitoring process has been introduced to support national consistency and enables streamlined review of ONRC changes within RCA networks. All RCAs network ONRC assignments were last moderated nationally in 2015. Use this resource to help the monitoring to be completed by end of June 2020.

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