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Effectiveness for Maori - Te Papa Rautaki Maori

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The Department has strategies in place to encourage effectiveness for Maori work place principles, led by Te Papa Rautaki Maori - the Effectiveness for Maori (EfM) unit. A major review in 2001-2002 resulted in Te Kaupapa Whakatikanga Rautaki Maori (Strategic Plan). The goal of the Strategic Plan for 2002-2005 is to achieve recognition for the Department from stakeholders and customers as 'one of the EfM leaders in the Public Service'. We can achieve this goal through:
  • demonstrated changes in business processes and in service delivery

  • outcome gains for customers.

Further Information
  • Maori and Local Government The Department of Internal Affairs EfM team has produced this document on Treaty of Waitangi issues and the Maori provisions in recent Local Government Legislation.

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