- Title page
- What is the "It takes three: operating expectations framework"?
- PRINCIPLE 1: Clear roles and responsibilities
- Understand the Crown Entities Act 2004 and the 'arm's-length' regime
- Produce meaningful public accountability documents
- Focus on contributing to Government's goals for State services
- Understand the roles of other important parties
- Respond to select committees
- Appoint and maintain effective boards
- Induct the chair
- Induct board members
- Build and maintain board performance
- Assess board performance
- Balance the board-management relationship
- PRINCIPLE 2: Strategic alignment
- PRINCIPLE 3: Efficient and effective monitoring
- PRINCIPLE 4: Trusted engagement
Understand the roles of other important parties
|The responsible Minister||The Crown entity||Monitoring department|
2: Section 107 of the Crown Entities Act empowers the Minister of State Services and Minister of Finance to jointly direct Crown entities to support a whole-of-government approach by complying with specified requirements.
3: The three central agencies – State Services Commission, the Treasury, and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet – work together as a "corporate centre" to lead a State sector that New Zealanders trust, and that delivers Better Public Services, including outstanding results and value for money.