“The border is more than a line in the sand. For those who work in this area, borders mean the flow of people, goods and craft through our country,” explains Rachel Butler, a Teaching Fellow at Massey University’s Centre of Defence and Security Studies.
“It’s about managing security while ensuring legitimate travellers and traders have a seamless border experience. In order to do that, our concept of borders had to change. Instead of stopping everything at the border, it meant pushing our border offshore and working with border agencies and industry partners and managing those risks upstream.”
READ MORE in the attached article (from Public Sector 40:3)