We are currently consulting on a discussion document that will be used to develop a long-term strategy for Archives New Zealand. Your views are important to us. To view the discussion document and make a submission by 5pm, 4 November 2016, please visit the Archives 2057 page.
Why are we taking such a long-term view? The national archive needs to be focussed on the long term to ensure the record of government is available in the future. As we face the challenges of the born-digital era, our performance as a regulator today has a major impact on government’s information assets into the future. These challenges impact information managers, iwi, researchers, academics, community archivists and our own staff. Our stakeholders are asking us to step up and take a stronger leadership role.
The Chief Archivist will be leading sessions on the discussion document, providing a face to face opportunity to discuss your feedback or learn more about the work to date.
Please and provide your feedback by 5pm on 4 November 2016. If you prefer to email a submission, or wish to attend one of the meetings above, please email Archives2057@dia.govt.nz
- Christchurch 10th October 2pm – 4pm
- Dunedin 11th October 10am – 12pm
- Wellington 12th October 2pm – 4pm (NB this session is targeted towards government agencies, recordkeepers and information managers)
- Wellington 13th October 2pm – 4pm (NB this session is targeted towards researchers, genealogists, historians and other archives users)
- Auckland Central 14th October 9:30am – 11:30am (NB this session is targeted towards researchers, genealogists, historians and other archives users)
- South Auckland 14th October 1pm – 3pm (NB this session is targeted towards government agencies, recordkeepers and information managers)