- Title page
- 1 - Introduction
- 2 - New Zealand's OGP Action Plan Commitments 2014-2016
- 3 - Meeting OGP Grand Challenges - New Zealand's Progress
- 4 - National Action Plan Development Process and response
- Appendix A: BPS Results Programme Overview
- Appendix B: Responding to the National Integrity System Assessment Report
- Appendix C: Stakeholder Participation in Action Plan Development
Appendix A: BPS Results Programme Overview
|Area||Result and target|
|Reducing long-term welfare dependence||
Result 1: Reduce the number of people who have been on a working age benefit for more than 12 months
Target: Reduce the number of people continuously receiving working-age benefits, for more than 12 months by 30%, from 78,000 in April 2012 to 55,000 by 2017.
|Supporting vulnerable children||
Result 2: Increase participation in early childhood education
Target: In 2016, 98 per cent of children starting school will have participated in quality early childhood education.
Result 3: Increase infant immunisation rates and reduce the incidence of rheumatic fever
Target: Increase infant immunisation rates so that 95 per cent of eight month olds are fully immunised by December 2014 and this is maintained until 30 June 2017.
Result 4: Reduce the number of assaults on children
Target: By 2017, we aim to halt the rise in children experiencing physical abuse and reduce current numbers by five per cent.
|Boosting skills and employment||
Result 5: Increase the proportion of 18 year olds with NCEA level 2 or equivalent qualification
Target: 85% of 18-year-olds will have achieved NCEA Level 2 or an equivalent qualification in 2017
Result 6: Increase the proportion of 25-34 year olds with advanced trade qualifications, diplomas and degrees (at level 4 or above).
Target: 55% of 25 to 34-year-olds will have a qualification at Level 4 or above in 2017.
Result 7: Reduce the rates of total crime, violent crime and youth crime
Target: By 2017 reduce the crime rate by 15%; reduce the violent crime rate by 20% and reduce the youth crime rate by 25%.
Result 8: Reduce reoffending
Target: By 2017 reduce reoffending by 25%.
|Improving interaction with government||
Result 9: New Zealand businesses have a one stop online shop for all government advice and support they need to run and grow their business.
Target 1: Business costs from dealing with government will reduce by 25% by 2017, through a year-on-year reduction in effort required to work with agencies.
Target 2: Government services to business will have similar key performance ratings as leading private sector firms by July 2017, and businesses will be able to contribute to this through an online feedbacksystem from July 2013.
Result 10: New Zealanders can complete their transactions with the government easily in a digital environment.
Target: An average of 70 per cent of New Zealanders' most common transactions with government will be completed in a digital environment by 2017.