Public SECTOR
Journal

Public Sector | Rāngai Tūmatanui is a quarterly journal published by the Institute of Public Administration New Zealand (IPANZ).

The journal is a specialist publication, independently written and edited, with oversight provided by a Journal Advisory Group. It covers events and the people that are making news in the New Zealand public sector as well as topical issues.

Digital copies of the Public Sector Journal are made available to IPAA members — and others with an interest in public administration in Australia — courtesy of IPANZ.

Scroll down to see what’s in the latest issue and to access back copies of the journal.

Scroll down to see what’s in the latest issue and to access back copies of the journal.

What’s in the
Latest Issue

Take a look at what’s happening in public administration across the Tasman.

The April 2021 issue includes:

  • A profile on international examples of citizen engagement in design of government policy and programmes by Keitha Booth
  • An exploration of the the subtle balance between Rights and Freedoms by John Larkindale
  • A spotlight on the art of navigating dynamic change through the example of Public Trust — one of New Zealand’s largest trustee organisations and a Crown Entity — by Kirsten Rose.

And Heath Cameron and Callum Butler of Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission outline the new Public Service principles and explore what they’ll mean for the future Public Service.