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This tool has been designed to help New Zealand policy practitioners articulate their policy skills profile.
This tool has been designed as a team planning and development tool for policy managers in the New Zealand public service.
The Policy Project collaborated with the Government Economics Network (GEN) committee to facilitate workshops following the 2016 GEN conference on ‘People and Policy – how to make better and...
This document describes how the Policy Skills Framework was developed, provides key insights learnt along the way and advice on how to put the framework into practice.
Sets out what great policy advice looks like and what enables it.
Sets out what makes for a high performing policy shop – with lines of inquiry to assess factors like stewardship (investing in capability for the future), systems and processes for delivering...
Responds to our future challenges and guides us towards delivering on our increasing commitments to Government, while maintaining our business as usual at the high standard expected of us.
This strategy sets out what government will do, working in partnership with the private sector, to prevent and respond to a range of cyber security threats.
During 2015 and early 2016, New Zealanders will consider options for the national flag.
Driven by New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and Deputy Prime Minister Bill English, these papers outline preliminary discussions by Cabinet towards a referendum process to consult with New...