Our Corporate publications include our annual reports, statements of intent, Chief Executive expenses for public record, and Performance Improvement Framework reports.
The statement of intent is a high level document, which provides transparent information to Parliament and the New Zealand public about how the Ministry for Pacific Peoples intends to manage for outcomes and outputs. It includes our strategic direction and operating intentions.
Statement of Intent 2015-2019
Statement of Intent 2014-2017
The annual report is a key accountability document which all New Zealand Government departments are required to produce. It sets out the operating context, our strategic direction, what we aimed to achieve over the previous 12 months, and what we did achieve, measured against the targets outlined in our statements of intent.
Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2015
Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2014
The Chief Review Officer's credit card expenses are listed below in 6- and 12-monthly instalments. This information is provided in response to the State Services Commissioner's introduction of a disclosure regime for chief executive expenses, gifts and hospitality, and is also available on www.data.govt.nz.
CE expenses July 2016 to December 2016
CE expenses July 2015 to June 2016
MS Excel (33.4KB)
CE expenses July 2014 to June 2015
MS Excel (31.6KB)
CE expenses July 2013 to June 2014
MS Excel (36KB)
CE expenses January to June 2013
MS Excel (90KB)
CE expenses July to December 2012
MS Excel (79KB)
The Performance Improvement Framework (PIF) is a State Services Commission (SSC) initiative. It helps senior leaders in the public sector lead performance improvement in their agency by answering the question: “What is the contribution New Zealand needs from this agency (or sector or system) in the medium term?” and identifying any critical gaps and opportunities between the current and desirable future capability and performance.
This briefing sets out who we are and what we do, our key priorities and strategic direction. It outlines highlights of our work and identifies issues facing our Pacific communities.