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  • DigitalNZ - Making it easy to find New Zealand’s digital treasures

    Finding material online can be a complicated and confusing process, especially when looking for New Zealand content. DigitalNZ provides one simple place to access this type of content.

  • helps people discover, learn and use open data easily; empowering, enabling informed decision making, and problem-solving for citizens and business alike.

  • Local councils presents data from New Zealand’s 78 local authorities, in a consistent format that enables it to be compared and analysed.

  • Video transcript: Dale Elvy

    Kia ora.

    I’ve been working with the Department of Internal Affairs, and the Privacy Commissioner, on how the government uses data, and analytical tools like algorithms.

    Algorithms are...

  • Video transcript: Liz MacPherson

    Kia ora koutou, I’m Liz MacPherson, Government Statistician and Chief Executive of Stats New Zealand, New Zealand’s official data and statistics agency.

    My role as Government Statistician...

  • Stats NZ convenes Data Ethics Advisory Group

    A Data Ethnics Advisory Group has been convened to provide advice on data use to the Government Chief Data Steward and government agencies.

  • International Open Data Day – Saturday, 2 March 2019 are proud to be a part of this year’s Open Data Day - an annual, global celebration of open data where people come together to explore and create for their communities, using open data.

  • 2015 report on adoption of the Declaration

    Executive summaryThe 2014 annual report to Cabinet noted good progress and sought acceleration in public data release across the public service [CAB Min (14) 28/11 refers]. It...

  • 2013 report on adoption of the Declaration

    The 2013 Report on Agency Adoption of the Declaration on Open and Transparent Government was released by the Honourable Chris Tremain, Minister of Internal Affairs, following...

  • GovHack 2016

    The Department of Internal Affairs has sponsored $2,000 bounties for the each of the two following national challenge questions.