Public sector organisations in New Zealand
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Public sector organisations in New Zealand comprise the state sector organisations plus those of local government.wikipedia
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Inland Revenue DepartmentMinister of RevenueInland Revenue
The Inland Revenue or Inland Revenue Department (IRD; Te Tari Taake) is the public service department of New Zealand charged with advising the government on tax policy, collecting and disbursing payments for social support programmes, and collecting tax.
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".
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]].
Department of the Prime Minister and CabinetPrime Minister's DepartmentDepartment of Prime Minister and Cabinet
The department along with the State Services Commission, and The Treasury constitute the central agencies or public service departments leading the state sector of New Zealand.
State Services CommissionerMinister of State ServicesPublic Service Commissioner
The State Services Commission (SSC) (Māori: Te Komihana O Ngā Tari Kāwanatanga) is the central public service department of New Zealand charged with overseeing, managing, and improving the performance of the State sector of New Zealand and its organisations.
CustomsMinister of CustomsComptroller of Customs
The New Zealand Customs Service (Customs) (In Māori, Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa) is a state sector organisation of New Zealand whose role is to provide border control and protect the community from potential risks arising from international trade and travel, as well as collecting duties and taxes on imports to the country.
Minister for Pacific PeoplesMinister of Pacific Island AffairsMinistry of Pacific Island Affairs
MPP seeks to promote the status of Pasifika peoples in New Zealand by keeping them informed of the issues, then acting as an advocate in dealing with other state sector organisations.
Statistics NZMinister of StatisticsGovernment Statistician
The agency is a state sector organisation of New Zealand operating under the authority of the Statistics Act 1975.
Wellington, New ZealandWellington CityWellington City Council
The site housed the original government departments in New Zealand.
WanganuiWanganui, New ZealandAramoho
In December 2009, the government decided that while either spelling was acceptable, Crown agencies would use the Whanganui spelling.
Ministry for Primary IndustriesMinistry of Agriculture and FisheriesMinister for Primary Industries
TreasuryThe TreasurySecretary to the Treasury
Aside from providing these services, the goal of CASS is to set an example for other state sector organisations in sharing service delivery functions.
Television New ZealandTV2TV New Zealand
New Zealand's wide-ranging adoption of neoliberal policies in the mid-1980s and 1990s had large sections of the state sector privatised.
Crown entitiesCrown agencyCrown agent
A Crown entity (from the Commonwealth term Crown) is an organisation that forms part of New Zealand's state sector established under the Crown Entities Act 2004, a unique umbrella governance and accountability statute.
Post and Telegraph DepartmentPost OfficeNew Zealand Post and Telegraph Department
The New Zealand Post Office (NZPO) was a government department of New Zealand until 1987.
Child, Youth and FamilyNew Zealand Department of Child, Youth and Family ServicesChild Youth and Family
Child, Youth and Family "CYF" (in Māori, Te Tari Awhina i te Tamaiti, te Rangatahi, tae atu ki te Whānau), was the government agency that had legal powers to intervene to protect and help children who are being abused or neglected or who have problem behaviour until it was replaced by a new Ministry for Vulnerable Children in April 2017.
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Ministry of Research, Science and TechnologyMinister of Science of TechnologyMinistry of Research, Science & Technology (MoRST)
The Ministry of Research, Science and Technology (Te Manatū Pūtaiao) was a government agency within the New Zealand government.
Law CommissionLaw Commissioner
Tertiary Education Commissioninstitutes of technology and polytechnics (ITPs)Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics
* See also: Tertiary education in New Zealand
A wānanga is a publicly owned tertiary institution that provides education in a Māori cultural context.
IPANZ publish a quarterly journal called Public Sector and run annual awards for the New Zealand public sector called the IPANZ GEN-I Public Sector Excellence Awards.
Ruakura Agricultural Research Centre
Auditor-GeneralController and Auditor-GeneralAudit New Zealand
New Zealand Commission for the EnvironmentOffice of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the EnvironmentCommission for the Environment
civil servantpublic servantcivil servants
Crown Law OfficeCrown Solicitorassistant Crown law officer