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The Department of Internal Affairs

The Department of Internal Affairs

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Appendix 1

Performance Framework: Outcomes and Objectives

The Department of Internal Affairs provides services to people and communities that contribute to the following outcomes:

Diagram showing the impacts and intermediate outcomes that contribute to the Department's outcomes. (See long description for details).

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The Department uses outcomes where it provides services directly to people or communities.

  • Outcomes are a state or condition of society, the economy, or the environment and describe the long-term state or condition the government seeks to achieve, largely through the operations of its agencies.
  • Intermediate outcomes are more specific statements of outcomes. Intermediate outcomes provide a bridge between outcomes and impacts.
  • Impacts are the Department’s contribution to an outcome by a specified set of services or actions, or both.

The Department of Internal Affairs provides services to Government and public sector organisations that contribute to the following objectives:

Diagram showing the Department's objectives, including supporting and lead objectives. (See long description for details).

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The Department uses objectives where the services it provides are too distant to identify direct relationships with outcomes, or where the contribution is indirect (i.e. services to Government and public sector organisations).

  • Lead objectives describe a long-term state or condition that results from providing ‘enabling’ services.
  • Supporting objectives describe the Department’s contribution to a lead objective by a specified set of services or actions, or both.

Note: For the purposes of this framework, ‘public sector organisations’ are: the entities included in public service departments; non-public service departments; Offices of Parliament; Crown agents; autonomous Crown entities; independent Crown entities; statutory bodies; and territorial and local authorities. For these purposes, ‘public sector organisations’ included those in other jurisdictions, in particular Pacific Island countries.

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Appendix 2

Links between impacts, intermediate outcomes and outcomes/objectives

New Zealand's diverse people and communities/hapū/iwi are resilient and prosperous. Diagram showing the impacts and intermediate outcomes that contribute to this outcome. (See long description for details).

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New Zealand is recognised for creating, sharing and using knowledge for social, cultural and economic well-being. Diagram showing the impacts and intermediate outcomes that contribute to this outcome. (See long description for details).

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The people of New Zealand have a strong and valued national identity, culture and heritage. Diagram showing the impacts and intermediate outcomes that contribute to this outcome. (See long description for details).

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To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations. Diagram showing the impacts and intermediate outcomes that contribute to this outcome. (See long description for details).

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Appendix 3

Links Between outcomes/objectives and Vote Internal Affairs Appropriations

Appropriation Intermediate outcomes/objectives Outcomes/objectives
Administration of Grants

People live in safe and secure environments

People engage with and contribute to their diverse communities in ways that strengthen those communities

People participate in civic society and add value to economic activity

New Zealand’s diverse people and communities/hapū/iwi are resilient and prosperous

New Zealand is recognised for creating, sharing and using knowledge for social, cultural and economic well-being

Civic Information Services [MCOA]

People live in safe and secure environments

People engage with and contribute to their diverse communities in ways that strengthen those communities

People participate in civic society and add value to economic activity

People use information for innovation and knowledge creation

People (including people in other nations) value our documentary heritage and taonga

People, organisations and other nations trust New Zealand’s identity and public information

To enhance the productivity and accountability of public sector organisations

To support specialist capability building in other nations

New Zealand’s diverse people and communities/hapū/iwi are resilient and prosperous

New Zealand is recognised for creating, sharing and using knowledge for social, cultural and economic well-being

The people of New Zealand have a strong and valued national identity, culture and heritage

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

Community Information and Advisory Services [MCOA]

People live in safe and secure environments

People participate in civic society and add value to economic activity

People engage with and contribute to their diverse communities in ways that strengthen those communities

To enhance the productivity and accountability of public sector organisations

New Zealand’s diverse people and communities/hapū/iwi are resilient and prosperous

New Zealand is recognised for creating, sharing and using knowledge for social, cultural and economic well-being

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

Contestable Services (RDA)

People engage with and contribute to their diverse communities in ways that strengthen those communities

People participate in civic society and add value to economic activity

New Zealand’s diverse people and communities/hapū/iwi are resilient and prosperous

New Zealand is recognised for creating, sharing and using knowledge for social, cultural and economic well-being

Emergency Management Services [MCOA]

People live in safe and secure environments

People engage with and contribute to their diverse communities in ways that strengthen those communities

To enhance the productivity and accountability of public sector organisations

To support specialist capability building in other nations

New Zealand’s diverse people and communities/hapū/iwi are resilient and prosperous

New Zealand is recognised for creating, sharing and using knowledge for social, cultural and economic well-being

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

Information and Technology Services [MCOA]

People engage with and contribute to their diverse communities in ways that strengthen those communities

People participate in civic society and add value to economic activity

People use information for innovation and knowledge creation

People (including people in other nations) value our documentary heritage and taonga

To enhance the productivity and accountability of public sector organisations

To support the system of government to operate efficiently and effectively

New Zealand’s diverse people and communities/hapū/iwi are resilient and prosperous

New Zealand is recognised for creating, sharing and using knowledge for social, cultural and economic well-being

The people of New Zealand have a strong and valued national identity, culture and heritage

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

Local Government Services

People live in safe and secure environments

People participate in civic society and add value to economic activity

People engage with and contribute to their diverse communities in ways that strengthen those communities

To enhance the productivity and accountability of public sector organisations

To support the system of government to operate efficiently and effectively

New Zealand’s diverse people and communities/hapū/iwi are resilient and prosperous

New Zealand is recognised for creating, sharing and using knowledge for social, cultural and economic well-being

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

Ministerial Support Services [MCOA]

To support the system of government to operate efficiently and effectively

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

Policy Advice [MCOA]

To support the system of government to operate efficiently and effectively

To support specialist capability building in other nations

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

Regulatory Services (MCOA)

People live in safe and secure environments

People participate in civic society and add value to economic activity

People engage with and contribute to their diverse communities in ways that strengthen those communities

To enhance the productivity and accountability of public sector organisations

New Zealand’s diverse people and communities/hapū/iwi are resilient and prosperous

New Zealand is recognised for creating, sharing and using knowledge for social, cultural and economic well-being

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

Services Supporting the Executive [MCOA]

To support the system of government to operate efficiently and effectively

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

Support for Statutory and Other Bodies [MCOA]

To support the system of government to operate efficiently and effectively

To enhance trust in New Zealand government and confidence in the performance of public sector organisations

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