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An overview of New Zealand data and information principles

This draft guide explains what data and information management principles are, and outlines the principles used in the New Zealand government context.

A draft guide has been created to explain what data and information management principles are, and the value they contribute, and outlines the data and information management principles used in the New Zealand government context. The target audience for this guide is NZ government agencies.

We would like to express our gratitude to Pam Madgwick of InfoRethink for creating this guide for the Open Data Programme. 

Read the draft Overview of New Zealand's data and information principles here.

Have your say

This is a draft guide intended to generate discussion on the guide's content and to stimulate the creation of a new and better guide. We need your feedback and suggestions for improvements. Are there any other principles or frameworks that need to be included? Do you have questions you would like answered in the guide? Join the discussion on Loomio or email opendata@stats.govt.nz

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