Update, 7 December 2016: "By agreement, this report has been redacted to remove statements made regarding the individuals originally identified as [Y] and [Z]. An apology was also made to [Y] and [Z], which can be viewed at https://www.publicservice.govt.nz/apology-leask-fyfe
Update, 23 June 2016: Please note that to the extent the inquiry and Final Report relates to ‘Z’, it has been the subject of an Ombudsman’s investigation which found that SSC acted unreasonably in a number of respects.
You may find the Ombudsman’s published opinion at State Services Commission Inquiry into leaked MFAT documents (http://www.ombudsman.parliament.nz/)
The State Services Commissioner, Iain Rennie, has released the findings of the investigation into the unauthorised disclosure of information relating to restructuring plans at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) in 2012.
The full report is attached under Related resources, to the right.
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- Investigation update (1 March 2013)
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