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Cabinet papers

Cabinet papers related to Statistics New Zealand's areas of responsibility, and which have been approved for release, are provided here.

Census transformation progress update: Releasing the potential of government data
This paper provides a progress update on transforming the New Zealand census to a model primarily based on administrative data. It highlights progress on improving the quality of key administrative data across government and identifies what is required to further progress this work. In addition, this paper provides an update on developing required statistical modelling, exploring new data sources, confirming key customer needs, and further understanding the risks and costs of census transformation.

Census transformation – A promising future
This paper presents our progress on investigating options for transforming the New Zealand census, beyond the modernised 2018 Census. It recommends that Stats NZ be directed to actively work towards a future census based primarily on government administrative data, supported by redevelopment of its household surveys.

Government response to the recommendations of the New Zealand Data Futures Forum
This paper was prepared by Statistics NZ, in partnership with the Department of Internal Affairs, Land Information NZ, the Ministry of Justice, and the Treasury.

A New Zealand Data Futures Partnership
This paper was prepared by Statistics NZ in close consultation with the Treasury, the Ministry of Justice, the Department of Internal Affairs, and Land Information New Zealand.

Appointment of the New Zealand Data Futures Partnership Working Group
This paper sought Cabinet approval for appointing the members of the Working Group. It was prepared by Statistics NZ, signed by the Ministers of Finance and Statistics and considered by the Cabinet Appointments and Honours Committee.

Page updated 23 June 2017

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