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The Department of Internal Affairs

The Department of Internal Affairs

Te Tari Taiwhenua

Building a safe, prosperous and respected nation

 

About us › Logos

The Department of Internal Affairs manages a number of logos, including (examples only):

  • Department of Internal Affairs logo
  • Community Organisation Grants Scheme (COGS) logo
COGS logo (sample only) COGS logo - reversed (sample only)
  • New Zealand Lottery Grants Board (NZLGB) logo
  • Digital Strategy Community Partnership Fund (CPF) logo
Digital Starategy Community Partnership Fund logo (sample only)
These logos may be used by other organisations, including other government departments, councils, and community groups, as well as designers working for them.

Possible uses of the logo include:
  • to signify a joint publication or project
  • acknowledgement of sponsorship or funding support.

The Department's logos are stored on an external website and a brief guide to the sign-up and request procedure follows. It is recommended you allow at least one day when making a request.

1. Go to the website: dia.brandfm.com

2. Click on the sign-up link (top right) and complete the details. A validation email will be sent to your email address. You must click the link in the email to complete sign-up.

3. Once you have signed up, you can search or browse for the logo you require and then:
  • click the locked assets name or thumbnail and enter reason (or)
  • add Locked files to your Cart and click 'Backorder restricted files' button.
Your request will be sent to the brand owner who will unlock the logo(s) for you. Access will be granted for a specified period.

4. Once you have added the logo(s) to your document, please send a proof copy to the brand owner prior to publication so the Department can check the logo is used correctly.