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The Department of Internal Affairs Business Services team consists of the following six business units. The Director of Business Services reports to the Chief Executive and is a member of the Executive Management Team:
  • Finance, with responsibilities for financial management advice, financial reporting and ensuring the Department meets its obligations under the Public Finance Act and the State Sector Act.
  • Facilities, with responsibilities for security and emergency procedures, office accommodation and furniture maintenance, telephone operator services, purchasing, tender services, and reception.
  • Information & Technology, with responsibilities for IT applications and databases, document management, the information centre (library), advice on strategy and systems development , system security and training.
  • Research & Evaluation, with responsibilities for research contracts and outsourcing, advice, consultancy and peer review and specific projects. For more information and a list of our publications, see: Research and Evaluation.
  • Strategic Communications, with responsibilities for external and internal communications, branding issues, media assistance and managing outsourcing for publications.
  • Strategic Human Resources, with responsibilities for HR administration and payroll, HR policies, induction, management development, Equal Employment Opportunities, contract negotiation and health & safety issues.

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Last updated: 16/01/2006