Chief Archivist's Annual Reports on State of Government Recordkeeping

The Public Records Act 2005 (section 32) requires the Chief Archivist to report annually to the Minister responsible for Archives New Zealand on the state of recordkeeping across government. The reports are then presented to Parliament.

Since the financial year 2010/11, the report is issued by the Chief Archivist and General Manager of Archives New Zealand under sections 32, 33 and 35 of the Public Records Act 2005. It provides not only an overview of the key issues and opportunities for government recordkeeping but also presents the results of the audits completed during the financial year.

State of Government Recordkeeping and Public Records Act 2005 Audits 2014/15

State of Government Recordkeeping and Public Records Act 2005 Audits 2013/14

State of Government Recordkeeping and Public Records Act 2005 Audits 2012/13

State of Government Recordkeeping and Public Records Act 2005 Audits 2011/12

State of Government Recordkeeping and Public Records Act 2005 Audits 2010/11

The Chief Archivist's Annual Report on the State of Government Recordkeeping 2010

The Chief Archivist's Annual Report on the State of Government Recordkeeping 2009

The Chief Archivist's Annual Report on the State of Government Recordkeeping 2008

(Previous Chief Archivist's Annual Reports on the State of Government Recordkeeping are published as part of the Archives New Zealand Annual Report for the year to which the relate.)