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Office of the Privacy Commissioner: Statement of Performance Expectations 1 July 2014-30 June 2015

View our Statement of Performance Expectations over the period 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015. 

The Statement of Service Performance Expectations is provided under the Crown Entities Act 2004. The Statement of Service Performance Expectations aligns with the Privacy Commissioner’s strategy as provided in the

Office of the Privacy Commissioner: Statement of Intent 2014-2018

The purpose of this statement of intent is to set out the intentions and undertakings of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner and our direction to 2018, and thereby promote our public accountability. It describes the results that our small office will work towards over the next few years, and how we plan to achieve these.

The Statement of Intent identifies five strategic initiatives:

  •  Public sector privacy practices
  •  Private sector privacy practices
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Annual Report of the Privacy Commissioner 2013

Communications; complaints and investigations; policy and technology; data breaches; international; law reform; ACC review; MSC kiosk incident; EQC data breach; GCIO report; GCSB Bill; technology and international cooperation; GPEN internet sweep; information sharing agreements, European Union

Office of the Privacy Commissioner: Statement of Intent 2013/16

The purpose of this statement of intent is to set out the medium term interests and undertakings of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for the period 2013/14 and our direction to 2016, and thereby promote our public accountability.  It describes the results that our small office will work towards over the next three years, and how we plan to achieve these.

Annual Report of the Privacy Commissioner 2012

Key Points: Information and communications; Investigations; Policy and Technology; International; ACC inquiry; credit reporting code; businesses moving forward; cloud computing guidance; privacy law reforms