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.
The EngageTech Forum was an interactive event designed to help government staff understand the spectrum of technologies available for community consultation and stakeholder engagement both online and offline.
Feedback is being sought on a proposal to make changes to the Canterbury Regional Policy Statement and Christchurch District Plan to allow further development at the Christchurch Football Centre in Yaldhurst.
This circular sets out the guidelines and requirements for Ministers and departments seeking approval of proposals with financial implications, changes to appropriations, and the authority to incur expenses.
The Legislation Guidelines (2018 edition) are the government's key point of reference for assessing whether draft legislation conforms to accepted legal and constitutional principles. Cabinet has agreed that the Legislation Guidelines replace the Guidelines on Process and Content of Legislation (2014 edition).
On 10 April 2018, the Policy Project co-hosted a round-table with the Institute for Governance and Policy Studies at Victoria University on protecting the interests of future generations, and foresight.
This paper seeks Cabinet agreement to the scope of New Zealand's first child wellbeing strategy and to a public engagement approach. The paper proposes a draft framing of wellbeing, a vision statement, a set of desired outcomes for all children, and 16 indicative focus areas to drive actions in support of child wellbeing.