Aratohu OIA mā ngā umanga OIA guidance for agencies
Raraunga OIAOIA statistics
Pānui tikaProactive release
Kete whakawhanake āheingaCapability development toolkit
Wānanga Parongo ŌkawaOfficial Information Forum
Ngā take wānanga me ētahi atu rāuemiCase studies and other resources
Tono Ture Pārongo ŌkawaOfficial Information Act Requests
The official information capability development toolkit was developed to help agencies review their capability to manage official information and comply with the letter and spirit of the Official Information Act.
It is based on 5 domains of capability which together build and strengthen commitment to the principles of openness and transparency.
The tool is designed to encourage conversations about what good looks like in an agency’s particular context, and the current state of the agency’s official information capability, including its strengths, weaknesses and improvement strategies.
Different versions of the tool have been designed to be used in a number of ways and with different audiences.
The choice of which version of the tool to use will depend on the situation and the specific agency’s context, including the volume and complexity of OIA requests it receives.
- introduces the toolkit and explains how to use it.
- introduces the 5 domains of capability and the lead question for each domain.
- summarises the 5 domains and provides more detail on the elements contained within each one. For each domain, an indication of ‘what good looks like’ is also provided as a starting point for discussion.
- supports a deep-dive review of the 5 domains and includes additional lines of enquiry to consider for each element. It can be used as a worksheet for capturing agency findings during the review, and is available in both and formats.
- provides a 1-page summary for reporting the findings of the review.