Technology and architecture
Guidance to support government organisations to use cloud, enterprise architecture, government domain names and APIs.
The New Zealand government has a Cloud First policy. Government organisations must adopt public cloud services on a case-by-case basis, following risk assessments.
The Government Enterprise Architecture for New Zealand (GEA-NZ) is a common language and categorisation framework that promotes consistency in the way government models its business processes, services and infrastructure.
Government digital standards catalogue
Formerly known as the Government Enterprise Architecture for NZ (GEA-NZ) standards reference, the government digital standards is a catalogue of digital standards and related guidance that can be used by NZ government agencies.
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.
Application programming interfaces (APIs)
Use APIs to share information across agencies and improve your customer's experience.
Legacy system guidance
Guidance on replacing or retiring legacy systems and technology and how to manage risk during the process.
NZ Government Customer Information Quality (CIQ) Profiles
The OASIS Customer Information Quality (CIQ) Standard is an international standard for customer information interchange quality. It includes personal and organisational names, addresses, party attributes and party roles and relationships.
New Zealand Security Assertion Messaging Standard
This New Zealand Security Assertion Messaging Standard prescribes messaging standards for communicating a range of security assertions (authentication, identity attributes and authorisation) in New Zealand government online services. The Standard is abbreviated to NZ SAMS.
New Zealand Secure Web Services Standard
Provides a standard to enhance interoperability and provide a common validated approach to the security and privacy of secure Web services across government.