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Submission: Consultation on proposed Government Procurement Rules 4th Edition

7 March 2019

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TINZ Submission to MBIE  to inform decision-making regarding the proposed Government Procurement Rules 4thEdition and other related government policy.

Consultation on proposed Government Procurement Rules 4th Edition

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2019 CPI Presentation to the February Leadership Integrity Forum

20 February 2019

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Presentation by Julie Haggie, CEO Transparency International New Zealand about the Corruption Perceptions Index 2018 for the Leaders Integrity Forum, February 2019

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Submission: Government Procurement Guidelines, Code of Conduct for Suppliers.

19 February 2019

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Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) submission on Government Procurement Guidelines, Code of Conduct for Suppliers which fits closely with TINZ objectives of transparency, integrity and accountability.
In preparing this submission TINZ formed a team from its Board and selected Members with Delegated Authority (MDA) who have experience in this topic.

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Reserve Bank Act Phase 2 – TINZ Submission

30 January 2019

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Transparency International New Zealand’s submission as part of Phase 2 of the review of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1989: Safeguarding the future of our financial system: the role of the Reserve Bank and how it should be governed.

In preparing this submission TINZ has consulted with its Board and selected Members with Delegated Authority (MDA) who have specific experience in this topic. Leading contributors are Sarah Mead, Member with delegated authority for environmental matters; and Julie Haggie, Chief Executive Officer.

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Submission regarding OGP-NAP2 Plan 2016-2018 End-term self-assessment

13 December 2018

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TINZ Submission in response to the draft ‘Open Government Partnership New Zealand National Action Plan 2016-2018 (OGP-NAP2) End-term self-assessment’ report (Draft October 2018).

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Protected Disclosure Act 2000 Review 2018 TINZ Submission

10 December 2018

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Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ)’s submission to the Protected Disclosure Act 2000 Review 2018 It includes input and oversight by experts in the field, including Professor Michael Macaulay whose team recently released “Whistling while they Work 2” research, Debbie Gee who researched the Ministry of Transport case, as well as Suzanne Snively and Brendon Wilson.

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Business Integrity is the BEST Anti-Corruption Measure

10 December 2018

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Business Integrity is the BEST Anti-Corruption Measure. Presentation by Suzanne Snively ONZM, Chair, Transparency International New Zealand for the KIC International Anti-Corruption Forum. 6 December 2018

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NECA Review – Civics Submission

19 October 2018

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Transparency International New Zealand’s Submission to the NECA review of the National Education Conversation. Encourages that literacy is a broad requirement and recommending civics education as a key component.

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OGP third NAP submission

17 October 2018

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Transparency International New Zealand’s submission regarding New Zealand’s third Open Government National Action Plan. The primary message is that more work needs to be done to attract broader civic engagement in the process.

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TINZ submission to National Archival and Library Institutions August 2018

3 September 2018

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Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) supports the claim that all people of Aotearoa have the right of access to knowledge about our nation, with confidence that it is accurate and unbiased. Such knowledge enhances democratic accountability, cultural life and appreciation of our heritage, for current and future generations of civil society.

TINZ recommends the creation of a new Officer of Parliament role under which the three national archival and library institutions are positioned  This role will better provide the necessary independence and benefit from economies of scale for operational purposes,and to ensure the integrity of their outcomes through independence from government and state sector prioritising influences.

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