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27 October 2022
It can be daunting, as a new professional, to be tackling the legislation setting process for the first time. This is particularly true when it is for one of the significant reforms currently underway, where the legislation is of high interest and impact. The New Professionals team welcome you to this ‘Role of Officials in Setting Legislation’ seminar, where we will provide you with an overview of the legislation setting process, what it involves, common pitfalls, and what officials can do to best support it.
28 October 2022
GOVIS is a professional association for government information, data and technology professionals who want to connect, share and learn. GOVIS 2022 is a great opportunity to be informed and inspired by peers and colleagues.
The theme for GOVIS 2022 is Mahi Tahi, which can be translated as ‘working together’. The protests at Parliament in February to March 2022 showed us what can happen when people feel excluded, divided, and not heard. This conference will focus on how we can work together to deliver digital public services which are diverse, collaborative, and inclusive.
For more information about the conference, including pricing and what’s covered in your registration, check out the conference website at https://www.govis.org.nz/conference-2022/
04 October 2022
Looking for a change and a further step in your career advancement? We are seeking an Events and Engagement Manager to organise our events and help re-energise member engagement – as a secondment (or a fixed term role) until Christmas. If you are well organised and highly motivated, and looking for an organisation where you can make a difference and be a part of a friendly team – read on…
22 September 2022
Does New Zealand’s central government live up to its stated principles? How good is your experience at work as a public employee in NZ? BusinessDesk and IPANZ are teaming up to conduct the ‘Working in the Public Service’ survey, to better understand working in NZ’s central government today.