Consultations on draft briefings

Listed below are links to public consultations undertaken by agencies on their draft Long-term Insights Briefings.

Consultation open – close date



6–27 May 2022

The impact of autonomous vehicles operating on New Zealand roads

Te Manatū Waka | Ministry of Transport

11 May – 1June 2022

How can community participation and decision-making be better enabled by technology?

Te Tari Taiwhenua | Department of Internal Affairs

11 May – 24 June 2022

The future of business for Aotearoa New Zealand: An exploration of 2 trends influencing productivity and wellbeing – purpose-led business and use of blockchain technology

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

13 May – 3 June 2022

Public participation in government in the future

Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission

Consultations on proposed subject matter

Listed below are links to public consultations undertaken by agencies on subject matter as part of the Long-term Insights Briefing cycle. Where consultations have closed, links may provide information on the next steps for individual briefings.

Consultation open – close date



5­–25 May 2022

People and Place: Ensuring the wellbeing of every generation

Ministry for the Environment

3–23 March 2022

Responding to Diverse Cultures: Schools’ Practice

Education Review Office (ERO)

29 November 2021 – 28 January 2022 

Improving Pacific data equity: Opportunities to enhance the future of Pacific wellbeing.  

Ministry for Pacific Peoples 

24 November – 19 December 2021

Data as a driver of national competitive advantage – fostering improved wellbeing and economic growth. 

Statistics New Zealand

27 October – 12 November 2021

The long-term implications of our ageing population on the future of housing and urban development in Aotearoa New Zealand

Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

2–30 November 2021

Long-term insights about imprisonment and what these tell us about future risks and opportunities

Background/context: Justice Sector Long-Term Insights Briefing | New Zealand Ministry of Justice

Justice Sector Long-term Insights Briefing - Ministry of Justice - Citizen Space

Ministry of Justice, Department of Corrections, Crown Law, Serious Fraud Office, Inaia Tonu Nei, Oranga Tamariki and Police

21 October – 18 November 2021

Engaging an increasingly diverse Aotearoa New Zealand on national security risks, challenges and opportunities

Delib  ̶  Citizen Space

  • Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Government Communications and Security Bureau
  • Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
  • Ministry of Defence, New Zealand Customs Service
  • New Zealand Defence Force
  • New Zealand Police and New Zealand Security Intelligence Service.

18 October – 14 November 2021

How can innovation in the way we use information and emerging technology help biodiversity thrive?

Department of Conservation

Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand

27 August – 26 November 2021

What are the components of an impactful and sustainable cultural sector into the future?

Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage

13 August – 6 September 2021

Tax, investment and productivity

Inland Revenue

1 July – 1 August 2021

Youth at risk of limited employment

Ministry of Education, Ministry of Business, Employment, Innovation and Employment, Ministry of Social Development

Published briefings

Listed below are links to inaugural Long-term Insights Briefings that have been published by Public Service agencies.


Te Tai Ōhanga | The Treasury

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