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The integration of the National Library, Archives New Zealand, the Office for the Community and Voluntary Sector and the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer with the Department of Internal Affairs occurred on 1 February 2011. This formed part of wider machinery of government changes to improve the performance and service delivery of public sector agencies. All legislative functions and responsibilities of the National Librarian, the Chief Librarian of the Alexander Turnbull Library and Chief Archivist remain unchanged.

The financial and service performance information contained in this document for the National Library and Archives New Zealand is based on the five-month period from 1 February to 30 June 2011 only. The information for the Department of Internal Affairs is for the full 12 month period from 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011. The comparative values for 30 June 2010 are those of the Department of Internal Affairs and do not include performance information for the former National Library or Archives New Zealand.

The performance story outlined in this document is structured around the new outcomes and objectives performance framework developed following the integration. This allows us to tell a more collaborative, coherent and transparent story of how resources were used to deliver the functions and expectations of the new organisation and position ourselves for the future. This annual report is divided into three sections:

Part A: Contribution to Outcomes and Objectives

Part B: Statement of Service Performance

Part C: Annual Financial Statements

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