Our Strategic Intentions provide an overview of DPMC, how we fit within the wider State Sector and the Government's priorities. It sets out how we will deliver on our purpose as a department and help the Government deliver on its priorities.
This is a summary of certain actions taken by Ministers during the period 26 October 2017 to 30 September 2018 in order to manage actual or potential conflicts of interest. It includes transfers of responsibility to other Ministers and standing arrangements not to receive Cabinet papers.
We need to maximise collaboration between public servants and academics in evidence-based policy making. The conversation tracker is about how Paul Cairney discussed ways to encourage greater use of research evidence in policy through greater
Cabinet papers and minutes must be proactively released within 30 business days of final decisions being taken by Cabinet, unless there is good reason not to publish all or part of the material, or to delay the release. This policy app
The briefing to incoming Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media gives an overview of the priorities of the cyber security policy, and identifies some of the more significant issues and opportunities.
This paper provides an update on the development of New Zealand's first Child Wellbeing Strategy, including initial policy work and public engagement; signals potential implications for Budget 2019; and seeks Cabinet agreement to the ongoing work proposed in the six initial focus areas.
On Tuesday 30 October, the Minister supporting Greater Christchurch Regeneration, Dr Megan Woods, presented the report of the Annual Review of the Greater Christchurch Regeneration Act 2016 (the Act) in Parliament.