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The Ministerial Policy Satisfaction Survey is used by agencies to assess their minister's satisfaction with the services provided by the policy function. The survey is used for:
A case study on designing experiments to test the feasibility of new digital identity solutions.
A case study on community engagement to establish a safe and effective justice system.
A case study on engaging with farming communities to understand their lived experience of issues.
Below are text descriptions highlighting selected data points for charts in the Child Poverty Indicators Report.
This is a resource that agencies can use to conduct a deep dive review of their policy capability, and to develop action plans for performance improvement.
A one-pager: the Policy Capability Framework at a glance.
This is a resource that agencies can use to conduct a 'deeper-dive' review of their policy capability, and to develop action plans for performance improvement.
The Development Pathways Tool identifies the actions a policy practitioner can take to develop their skills at three different levels - developing, practising, and expert/leading.
The Policy Skills Framework describes the mix of knowledge, skills and behaviours a modern policy practitioner requires – to be able to deliver quality policy advice.
This guide contains advice on how to run a panel-based assessment of policy and other advice papers after their delivery (an ex-post assessment process) using the Policy Quality Framework.
This paper-scoring template can be used by policy quality panel members to record their preliminary assessment of each paper they read.
This checklist can be used when reviewing a paper that you (or someone else) are developing. The Policy Quality Framework sets out four standards of quality policy analysis and advice.
These standards will help you assess and improve the quality of your agency's written policy and other advice, and whether it is fit for purpose.
This document outlines how to apply the Start Right approach to initiating a policy project, so it's set up for quality and success.
Policy analysts can use this tool to review their agency's policy capability.
This short guide tells you the essentials:
This handbook sets out New Zealand’s arrangements with respect to both to the governance of national security and in response to a potential, emerging or actual national security crisis.
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