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Proactive release: Charting a New Path for Aotearoa New Zealand’s National Security

Issue date: 
Friday, 28 October 2022
Issue status: 
Current

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The following Cabinet material has been proactively released by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC), on behalf of Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern, Minister for National Security and Intelligence:

Proactive Release: Charting a New Path for Aotearoa New Zealand's National Security

The following documents have been included in this release:

Charting a New Path for Aotearoa New Zealand's National Security: Strengthening the design of our machinery of government

  • Title of paper: Charting a new path for Aotearoa New Zealand’s national security: Developing our first National Security Strategy (ERS-22-SUB-0028)
  • Title of minute: Charting a New Path for Aotearoa New Zealand’s National Security: Developing the first National Security Strategy (ERS-22-MIN-0028)
  • Title of minute: Report of the Cabinet External Relations and Security Committee: Period Ended 22 July 2022 (CAB-22-MIN-0268)

Charting a New Path for Aotearoa New Zealand's National Security: Developing our first National Security Strategy

  • Title of paper: Charting a new path for Aotearoa New Zealand’s national security: Strengthening the design of our machinery of government (ERS-22-SUB-0029)
  • Title of minute: Charting a New Path for Aotearoa New Zealand’s National Security: Strengthening the Design of the Machinery of Government (ERS-22-MIN-0029)
  • Title of minute: Report of the Cabinet External Relations and Security Committee: Period Ended 22 July 2022 (CAB-22-MIN-0268)

Some parts of this information release would not be appropriate to release and, if requested, would be withheld under the Official Information Act 1982 (the Act). Where this is the case, the relevant section of the Act that would apply has been identified. Where information has been withheld, no public interest has been identified that would outweigh the reasons for withholding it.

Key to redaction codes:

  • Section 6(a), to protect the security or defence of New Zealand or the international relations of the Government of New Zealand;
  • Section 9(2)(f)(iv), to maintain the confidentiality of advice tendered by or to Ministers and officials, and
  • Section 9(2)(g)(ii), to maintain the conduct of public affairs through the protection of Ministers and officials from improper pressure or harassment.
Last updated: 
Friday, 28 October 2022

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