Criteria for Public Cloud Services
Criteria for Public Cloud Services channel
To supply public cloud services via Marketplace, your business must meet the entry criteria. They include proving your company's viability, security and capacity, and your rights to your source code.
Qualifying to be a supplier of public cloud services
You will need to provide all the information required to meet the following criteria to fill in the Marketplace supplier application form. We suggest you gather and prepare this information before you start the application process.
If your business meets these entry criteria, you can apply through the Marketplace supplier application form at any time — there is no closing date.
- GETS notice for Public Cloud (SaaS) Services(external link)
- Content Services – GETS notice(external link)
- Digital Experience Services – GETS notice(external link)
Criteria for businesses
To qualify to join the Public Cloud (SaaS) Services channel, your business:
- must accept all of the Collaborative Marketplace Agreement terms
- must be an active and legally registered entity
- must have an Authorised Signatory
- must have a designated account Administrator
- must be proposing products and/or services for which you:
- own the source code, or
- if open source, your company is duly licensed to use the source code, or
- your company holds exclusive rights to market the proposed service in New Zealand
- must be proposing services that match an open catalogue on Marketplace
- must submit the Cloud Risk Assessment tool from the Government Chief Digital Officer (GCDO), with all the supplier ('vendor') questions answered. Find out more about this on the 'Cloud Services security risk and assurance' page.
must provide an updated declaration of company financial and legal viability annually
must list and sell your services in New Zealand dollars
may have product APIs that allow your products to be subscribed to through Marketplace.
Marketplace can only cater for payments in NZ dollars. We expect to cater for listing and selling services in other currencies in the near future.
Competing for business
Although listing your services on Marketplace allows you to offer your services directly to government agencies that require such services, be aware that joining Marketplace does not guarantee you any business — you still have to compete for value with other suppliers of the same services or products.