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This Cabinet paper and related Cabinet minute have been proactively released by
the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, on behalf of Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern,
In September 2019, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) released a suite of documents relating to the establishment of the National Emergency Management Agency.
"Official Information Act request for information about workplace diversity."
"Official Information Act request for information relating to the unauthorised access of Budget 2019 materials. "
"Official Information Act request for the total amount paid to the Matapopore Charitable Trust since 2014."
"Official Information Act request for DPMC's report "Relocating the Citizen's War Memorial (Cenotaph) using section 71 of the GCR Act", which was sent to the Office of Minister Woods
"This request seeks detail on the historic usage of emergency powers under the Civil Defence and Emergency Management Act 2002 (CDEM Act)."
"The request seeks to know whether DPMC provides a payroll-giving scheme."
"Official Information Act request for staffing information related to the Metro Sports Facility and Multi Use Arena/Stadium review."
The Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration gives the following two notices:
"This request seeks information related to FEMA and Raytheon in Taranaki, and asks about what measures are being taken in relation to Earthquake preparedness in Taranaki."
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Cabinet paper departmental consultation processes
This page provides an overview of the key requirements of a general Cabinet paper. The Cabinet policy paper template provides more detail about what should be included under each heading.
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