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Found in Standards & guidance / Design and UX / Content design guidance / Content design tools and resources / Articles about content design
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Found in Standards & guidance / NZ Government Web Standards / Web Standards Cabinet Minute and Paper / Cabinet Minute — New Zealand Government Web Guidelines: Mandatory Requirements
The 2003 Cabinet Minute mandated the New Zealand Government Web Standards (then called the Web Guidelines) for all public service and non-public service departments in the State Services.
Found in Digital government / International partnerships / The Digital Nations
Digital Nations, or DN, is a network of the world’s most advanced digital nations with a shared goal of harnessing digital technology and new ways of working to improve citizens’ lives.
Found in Standards & guidance / Technology and architecture / Enterprise architecture / Architecture resources / Data and information governance and maturity
Tools for agencies to measure and improve data and information governance and maturity.
Found in News
The updated NZ Government Web Accessibility and Web Usability Standards include a number of changes that impact government organisations’ work.
Found in Standards & guidance / NZ Government Web Standards / Web Standards clinics
Bring your questions and challenges, general or specific, about the Web Standards and accessibility to receive advice and guidance in a supportive, informal group setting.
Found in Blog / Published 16 May 2016 / By Meg Howie
At Govt.nz, we’re working on producing information about services that are relevant to older people. We published a big chunk of new content about health services on the site on the 29th of April. Our approach is to organise content around the needs of users rather than the structure of government. Here’s the process we followed to decide how to group the pages so that people can find the information they need.
1. Environment scan — what information is out there?To begin, we looked online and f…
Found in Standards & guidance / Technology and architecture / Government domain names / Manage your domains / Built-in security — DNSSEC / DNSSEC practice statement
On this page:
1.1 Document Name and Identification
1.4 Document Management
2. Publication and Repositories
2.1 Official publication site
2.2 Publication of key signing keys
3. Operational Requirements
3.1 Activation of DNSSEC for child zone
3.2 Registration of delegation signer (DS) records
3.3 Method to prove possession of private key
3.4 Removal of DS record
4. Management, Operational and Physical Controls
4.1 Site Controls
4.2 Key Material…
Found in Standards & guidance / Technology and architecture / Government domain names
The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) manages the allocation of .govt.nz and .parliament.nz domains. This service is for all New Zealand central and local government organisations.
Found in Standards & guidance / Digital Service Design Standard / Principles / 7. Work in the open
Ensure the ongoing integrity of your work, by sharing the evidence, decision-making, knowledge, research, and process.
Use open standards and common government platforms where available and appropriate.
Commit to working towards using open source software.
Share source code where possible, proportionate to risk.
Make all non-sensitive data and information open to the outside world for sharing and reuse under an open licence.
Why it mattersPublic services are built with public money. So, unless t…
Found in Blog / Published 20 August 2018 / By Andrew Earnshaw
On Thursday 9 August over 70 attendees from across the State sector and ICT supply community attended the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) E-Leaders Transforming Procurement Hack. We wanted to know how we can make procurement easier, inclusive and more transparent for all.
Hack Facilitator “Miramar Mike” Riversdale led the group through introductions and some interesting warm up exercises that helped highlight the make-up of our cohort. The moving, mingling and li…
Found in News
Web Standards “drop-in” clinics are being held every second Thursday in Wellington, starting on 1 August.
Found in Standards & guidance / Design and UX / Research / All-of-government mindsets
Research into all-of-government mindsets that will help you understand who is looking for government services.
Found in Standards & guidance / Design and UX / Content design guidance / Content structure / Lists
How to make your lists readable and useful.
Found in Blog / Published 15 August 2018 / By Matt McCallum
While innovation and design should always have a future focus, how far forward and for what purpose is often less clear.
Helping support the transformation of government requires vision, creativity and experimentation. Yet the work government does is often reactive and constrained by funding and election cycles.
As the government embraces design thinking, there is an opportunity to use these tools to catalyse, unpack and make our future thoughts tangible. How can we be more preemptive, especia…
Found in Standards & guidance / Governance / Managing online channels / Web information and data lifecycle / Managing information prior to release in a digital environment
Understand how to protect your information until it's ready for publishing.
Found in Blog / Published 18 December 2014 / By Jared Gulian
As part of the Web Consolidation Strategic Assessment work, we’ve been looking at the government web domain and doing some analysis and categorisation. This work is part of our current state analysis, and it helps us understand the existing landscape better. We’re doing this work to figure out the best way forward.
How many websites?Just how many websites does central government have? Back in July 2011, the Rethink Online strategy estimated that there were “approximately 600 websites across gov…
Found in Showcase
Smart Wellington is the capital’s smart city development program. It has brought together a number of Government, NGO, CivicTech and citizen groups to focus on the issues our city faces, understand our various roles in addressing them and act together to make better system-wide outcomes happen.
Found in Blog / Published 31 August 2018 / By Karl McDiarmid
The Service Innovation team is gearing up for a big increase in activity over the next few weeks, following finalisation of funding and an approved work programme.
The Digital Government Partnership Chief Executives have now confirmed the funding for the Service Innovation work programme for the coming year, after considering the applications to the innovation fund. This confirmation provides the certainty for the programme and for the associated Lab-based activities to proceed.
The work pro…
Found in Blog / Published 21 June 2018 / By Stephen Clarke
Why develop a Digital Service Design Standard?We recognised the need for some underpinning principles and foundational guidance to support system transformation around the design, development and delivery of services to the public. A lot of work has been undertaken in this space by our Digital 7 (D7) country partners. We didn’t want to re-invent the wheel, so we looked to reuse what our partners have done where possible. However, we also needed to take into account the uniqueness of the New Zeal…
Found in Standards & guidance / NZ Government Web Standards / Web Standards Cabinet Minute and Paper / Cabinet Paper — New Zealand Government Web Guidelines
Background to the 2003 Cabinet Minute is provided by this 2003 Cabinet Paper proposing that Cabinet direct State sector organisations implement the New Zealand Government Web Guidelines.
Found in Standards & guidance / Governance / Managing online channels / Security and privacy for websites / Designing for security and privacy / Implementing the Privacy Principles
Find out about the 13 Privacy Principles outlined in the Privacy Act 2020, and how to follow them.
Found in Standards & guidance / Privacy, security and risk / Privacy / Manage a privacy programme / Privacy by Design (PbD)
Privacy by Design (PbD) is a design methodology that includes privacy as an essential priority of any product, service, system or process.
Found in Products & services / Products and services A-Z / Domain Name System Service
The government Domain Name System (DNS) service provides for registration and management of .govt.nz and .parliament.nz domain names across the public sector.
Found in Standards & guidance / Technology and architecture / Government digital standards catalogue / Digital standards principles
The digital standards principles are intended to be used as criteria for selecting standards that the Government Enterprise Architect either accepts or recommends for use across NZ government agencies.