- Directions and priorities
- Access to government services
- Access to government data
- Services to government employees
- Aligning agency applications
- Standardising enterprise applications
- Defining and reusing authoritative data
- Integrating workflow across government
- Unifying communications and networking
- Securing government information
- Aligning management of commodity software
- Building operational foundations
- Roadmap Overview Key
- Common capabilities
- COE Reference Architecture
- Benefits Realisation
- Checklist for agencies
- Enterprise Architecture
- Communication technologies
- Information and data
- Procurement and ICT contracts
- Trust and security
- Standards / compliance
- Agency Guides
- Government Cloud Business Case 2011 FAQs
- Pre-2009 research
- Previous e-Government Strategy 2006
- The GCIO
Governance for the Directions and Priorities
The New Zealand government has set up committees and planning groups to lead and govern cross-government ICT for the State sector. Members of these groups are leaders and change agents for government, holding significant responsibility, influence and delivery expectations.
Diagram of the Governance Structure
The diagram shows the relationships between
- The Ministerial Committee on Government ICT (top).
- Chief Executives ICT Strategy Group
- Data and Information Reuse Chief Executives and working groups reporting to it
- ICT Council and the planning and reference groups reporting to it.
- The Office of the Government CIO (right vertical of the diagram), coordinating and supporting the governance structure
- Lead agencies (bottom layer of the Diagram) delivering a range of work programmes for the Government ICT Roadmap and Data and Information Reuse programme.
The Health, Education and Justice sectors of New Zealand government also have governance groups and committees, aligning their investments with the State sector ICT programme. This ensures
- common approaches to meet common needs
- economy of scale when purchasing commodity ICT.
ICT leaders from the Health, Education and Justice sectors are on the ICT Council.