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During COVID-19 the Ministry of Social Development (MSD) was able to perform beyond the limitations of its IT infrastructure by harnessing its ‘people first’ culture, digital channels and agile ways of working to respond to increased demands and new wage subsidies.
Found in Standards & guidance / Identification management / Identification Management Standards / Binding Assurance Standard
This standard provides specific controls for ensuring an entity is appropriately bound to their entity information and to an authenticator in order to prevent identity theft.
Found in Standards & guidance / Identification management / Guidance / Implementing the Binding Assurance Standard
Guidance on the Binding Assurance Standard and how to comply with the controls.
Found in Blog / Published 09 July 2013 / By Jason Kiss
The .govt.nz domain is managed by the Government Information Services (GIS) group of the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA). GIS serves as official registrar and moderator for .govt.nz domain names.
Operation of the .govt.nz domain name servers and maintenance of zone files are outsourced to an external provider. The provider also hosts and maintains the dns.govt.nz website that Government clients use to request domain names and changes to their zone data. This online application is outdated…
Found in Blog / Published 13 June 2014 / By Alison Green
Notice a few changes to the beta.govt.nz site? We’ve made some colour, font and template changes. Love it, like it or not too sure — opinions will vary, but there is a reason for every design element. Design is a process with the focus on the end result. We’ve had a few queries about the updated design so we thought we’d share our thinking.
Font or typeface?A typeface is a set of letters, numbers, punctuation marks and symbols. Typefaces share common design features. You’ve heard of Times New R…
Found in Standards & guidance / Privacy, security and risk / Risk management / Risk assessments for government organisations / Analyse the risks / Assess the impacts of risks happening
Examples of simple and detailed impact scales — the business owner decides which is appropriate to use.
Found in Blog / Published 18 June 2018 / By Nigel Charman
Guest blog post by Nigel Charman, a Service Lead for DevOps at Assurity.
Better Rules HackAs part of Techweek 2018, Assurity hosted the Better Rules Hack (see the recent blog post on the Better Rules Hack - Wellington), to explore the ideas and practice of turning legislation into machine consumable 'digital rules' that can be reused and integrated across domains. Nigel Charman, from Assurity, joined a team who opted to figure out how organ donors could more easily discover what’s inv…
Found in Blog / Published 11 July 2016 / By Lana Gibson
Right from the start of the births, deaths and marriages (BDM) project, the Govt.nz team has been totally user-focused. As the analytics specialist for the team I helped them use Google Analytics to understand user needs. We also talked to colleagues from the BDM call centre about how we could help users the most. Our recent blog post, Govt.nz: New templates for new content, talks about the call centre insights from the discovery phase. In that post we looked at the difficulty people experience…
Found in Blog / Published 27 February 2015 / By Alison Jack
Content mattersThere is still a battle to fight within many organisations to convince them that spending time and money creating good web content will help their business. I’ve seen it many times: a fortune is spent on development and design, with content being an afterthought.
Recently, I’ve been able to demonstrate that user-focussed content that is well designed and written in plain English can increase uptake of online services.
I’ve been working with business units to redevelop some of th…
Found in Blog / Published 08 October 2012 / By Jason Kiss
This post was written when the Web Toolkit was published on WordPress. All the content from the Web Toolkit is now on digital.govt.nz — published using the Silverstripe content management system.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 define ways to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities. They form a core component of the New Zealand Government Web Standards 2.0.
This site uses WordPress version 3.4. While the default WordPress theme is fairly accessible…
Digital Service Standard: Case Study - Building an accessible website for The New Zealand Disability Karate Association
Found in Blog / Published 22 March 2018 / By Stephen Clarke , Stephen Hilson
The web standards were used to create a better web site for the students of the New Zealand Disability Karate Association.
Found in Standards & guidance / Technology and architecture / Enterprise architecture / GEA-NZ framework / GEA-NZ reference taxonomies / Application and Software Services Reference Taxonomy
The GEA-NZ Application and Software Services Reference Taxonomy is used to describe and categorise the functions of the NZ government across 9 domains, with 2 additional levels under each domain.
Found in Blog / Published 26 September 2018 / By Andrew Earnshaw
26 September marks the start of a new era for procurement in New Zealand. With the launch of www.marketplace.govt.nz we’re taking advantage of what digital platforms can offer and making it easier for suppliers, especially small and emerging suppliers, to work with government organisations.
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Read about the first recipient of the Digital Government Partnership Innovation Fund 2020/21 funding round — the NZ Innovation Barometer.
Found in Blog / Published 11 October 2019 / By Marita Vandenberg
Department of Internal Affairs’ Service Innovation Team members share ‘nuggets’ from sessions they attended at last week’s NetHui.
Found in Blog / Published 15 December 2017 / By Pia Andrews
TL;DRThe Service Integration Team at the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) is working with the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) on a discovery sprint to identify change opportunities for the Entering Tertiary Education life event.
Essentially, the sprint has been about helping prospective students enroll in the right learning at the right time at the right level for the best potential outcome. TEC is supported by other agencies involved with tertiary students, with the following goals:
Found in Standards & guidance / Technology and architecture / Enterprise architecture / Architecture resources / Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) government transition
Government agencies are required to transition to Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) so that key public and internal systems and websites meet accessibility and international standards.
Found in Blog / Published 26 November 2012 / By Rowan Smith
Data.govt.nz had its third birthday recently, so now is as good a time as any for a quick retrospective on how it has progressed in its role as a directory of re-usable, machine-readable government datasets.
When it launched on 4 November 2009, data.govt.nz went live with pointers to about a hundred machine-readable datasets published by government agencies. They were all scoured manually from the govt.nz domain by the data.govt.nz build team. Many of the datasets lacked essential information l…
Found in Standards & guidance / Design and UX / Accessibility / Accessibility supported technologies
Government websites must use technologies in ways that support accessibility and people using assistive technologies.
Found in Standards & guidance / Identification management / Guidance / Implementing the Authentication Assurance Standard
Guidance on the Authentication Assurance Standard and how to comply with the controls.
Found in Standards & guidance / Privacy, security and risk / Privacy / Privacy Maturity Assessment Framework (PMAF) and self-assessments / GCPO privacy maturity reports / 2022 privacy maturity report
The GCPO used the agency self-assessments to produce this report on the state of privacy maturity in the public sector for 2022.
Found in Standards & guidance / Identification management / Identification Management Standards / Federation Assurance Standard
This standard provides additional controls for parties that provide credentials and/or presentation facilitation mechanisms on which others rely.
Found in Digital government / Programmes and projects / Digital Identity Programme / Research and engagement
Four main issues related to trust, privacy and security, ease of use and data handling practices were highlighted through extensive engagement with a range of stakeholders.
Found in Standards & guidance / NZ Government Web Standards / Web Standards risk assessment
The Web Accessibility Standard and Web Usability Standard require that NZ Government organisations be prepared to assess and report on their conformance with those Standards. This includes submitting a risk assessment and management plan regarding any areas of non-conformance.
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NetHui brings everybody and anybody that wants to talk about the Internet together. NetHui is a community event – made for the community, by the community. Participation and collaboration are at the heart of NetHui.