Organisation

Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security (New Zealand)

Owning Institution:
Report

A review of the New Zealand Security Classification System

This review was aimed at identifying improvements that could be made to the classification system. The system is a set of policies and rules for identifying, marking, handling and controlling access to sensitive official information. The review also recommends a new approach to systematic declassification...
Annual Report

Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security annual report 2016-2017

Outlines the activities the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security undertook during the past year to monitor Australia's six intelligence agencies.
Report

Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security annual report 2015-2016

The Inspector-General’s review summarises the issues and developments affecting the office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security (OIGIS) during the reporting period, provides an overview of its performance and financial results, and discusses the outlook for the year ahead. Structure Part One provides an...
Report

Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security annual report 2013-2014

This report reviews the activities the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security undertook during the past year to monitor Australia's six intelligence agencies. Highlights The ongoing challenge for the office is to adapt to changes in the operations and powers of the intelligence agencies while maintaining...
Report

Inquiry into the attendance of legal representatives at ASIO interviews, and related matters

This is an abridged public version of a classified report which examined allegations of inconsistent and arbitrary practices by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) in relation to the attendance of legal representatives at security assessment interviews. The report made the following recommendations. Recommendation 1...