Key outputs are:
• a summary findings report;
• a letter from the Chief Archivist to your Chief Executive reviewing the findings and, if appropriate, making recommendations; and,
• an Annual Audit Report - the Chief Archivist will prepare a report to the Minister of Internal Affairs on the audits conducted under section 33 of the Public Records Act 2005.
The Annual Audit Report:
• provides an overview of the recordkeeping capability of the public offices audited;
• summarises common recordkeeping themes, issues and risks; and
• identifies areas requiring further research and/or investigation.
The Minister of Internal Affairs presents this report to the House of Representatives.
Previous Annual Audit Reports can be found on the Archives New Zealand website.