Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives

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The Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives is a New Zealand [[Public sector organisations in New Zealand#State services organisations outside the core public service|public sector organisation]].
Legally, the Legislative Branch non-public service departments (the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives and the Parliamentary Service ), Executive Branch non-public service departments, and the public service departments are all part of "the Crown".

New Zealand

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The Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives is a New Zealand [[Public sector organisations in New Zealand#State services organisations outside the core public service|public sector organisation]].

Legislature

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The Office of the Clerk is the legislature’s secretariat.

New Zealand House of Representatives

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It provides specialist advice on procedure and parliamentary law and secretariat services to the House of Representatives. The Office of the Clerk is a politically independent organisation, providing services to Parliament, as distinct from services to the Government, and providing services to members in their parliamentary roles rather than in their party or electorate capacities.

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The Office of the Clerk is a politically independent organisation, providing services to Parliament, as distinct from services to the Government, and providing services to members in their parliamentary roles rather than in their party or electorate capacities.

Political party

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The Office of the Clerk is a politically independent organisation, providing services to Parliament, as distinct from services to the Government, and providing services to members in their parliamentary roles rather than in their party or electorate capacities.

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The Office of the Clerk is a politically independent organisation, providing services to Parliament, as distinct from services to the Government, and providing services to members in their parliamentary roles rather than in their party or electorate capacities.

Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives

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Although the Office of the Clerk’s primary client group is members of Parliament and its principal relationships are with the Speaker, with other presiding officers, and with committee chairs, it also deals with office holders such as the Leader of the House, party leaders, and party whips, and with members’ staff.

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Although the Office of the Clerk’s primary client group is members of Parliament and its principal relationships are with the Speaker, with other presiding officers, and with committee chairs, it also deals with office holders such as the Leader of the House, party leaders, and party whips, and with members’ staff.

Grafton Francis Bothamley

As Clerk of the House he was head of the Legislative Department, responsible for administrative services to Parliament prior to the creation of the Parliamentary Service in 1985 and the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives in 1988.

Clerk of the New Zealand House of Representatives

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The Clerk of the New Zealand House of Representatives is an officer of the New Zealand House of Representatives and is the principal officer (Chief Executive) of the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives.

Charles Philip Littlejohn

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As Clerk of the House he was head of the Legislative Department, responsible for administrative services to Parliament prior to the creation of the Parliamentary Service in 1985 and the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives in 1988.

Eric Roussell

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As Clerk of the House he was head of the Legislative Department, responsible for administrative services to Parliament prior to the creation of the Parliamentary Service in 1985 and the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives in 1988.

Parliamentary Debates (Hansard)

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Today Hansard is produced by a team of about 17 FTE Hansard editors within the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives.

Hansard

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Today the New Zealand Hansard is produced by a team of 17 FTE Hansard Editors within the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives.

David Martin Wilson

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He began his state sector career when he was appointed as a Parliamentary Officer with the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives in February 1995.