Report: System Settings Changes
This report sets out the findings from a series of discovery workshops held in 2017 on how we might change the way the State sector works to better meet the needs of New Zealanders in a digital world.
In August 2017, a series of 9 discovery workshops were held in Wellington with over 100 leaders from the State sector.
The workshops aimed to gather participants' insights about what changes we need to make to how the State sector works so we can achieve our vision for digital government.
The sessions were known as the System Settings workshops, and were facilitated by the Digital Government Transformation project team at the Department of Internal Affairs.
Workshop participants were from the Partnership Framework (now known as the Digital Government Partnership) and senior all-of-government practitioners.
The insights in the System Settings report have fed into the development of the Strategy for a Digital Public Service and proposed reforms to the way the State Sector works.
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Data from the workshops
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