2013 New Zealand
National Integrity System Assessment
TINZ Will be releasing the
Plus 2013 New Zealand National Integrity System Assessment on 9 December
2013 in conjunction with International Anti-Corruption Day.
In 2012 and 2013 Transparency International New Zealand undertook New
Zealand's second National Integrity System Assessment. This study was designed to be more comprehensive, more consultative and more effective than its first NIS published 10 years ago.
It has proceeded from a strict assessment into an active implementation phase. This project is a substantial commitment on the part of TINZ and its
partners to create a definitive roadmap for a corruption intolerant New Zealand.
The NIS determines that while New Zealand's national integrity systems remain fundamentally strong, there are weaknesses and increasing challenges. It makes seven major recommendations for strengthening New Zealand.
New Zealand NIS History and Background
TINZ NZ 2013 NIS Background TINZ 2013 NIS background material with links to the "Elements of a National Integrity System" and the 2003 New Zealand NIS. 10 Nov, 2013
TINZ NIS 2013 Research Project Details about the TINZ Integrity Plus 2013 National Integrity System Assessment Project. Website pages and newsletter articles published in the project initiation phase of the TINZ New Zealand 2013 Integrity Plus National Integrity System Assessment. 9 Nov, 2013
TINZ NIS 2013 Project Initiation Website pages and newsletter articles published in the project initiation phase of the TINZ New Zealand 2013 Integrity Plus National Integrity System Assessment. 8 Nov, 2013
TINZ Releases Some NIS Emergant Findings Released at a public forum on 8 May were emergent findings for Judiciary, Electoral Management, Ombudsman, Supreme Audit Institution and OAG, Media and several Public Sector Components. 8 May, 2013
2003 New Zealand National Integrity System Assessment The 2003 New Zealand NIS study goes beyond a focus on corruption and governance framework. The narrative sections and recommendations also assess governance in NZ against standards that reflect citizen expectations, legal requirements and international best practises. 1 May, 2003