Survey of Treasury Stakeholders
Page updated 24 Mar 2014
The Treasury has released a report on the findings of its second stakeholder survey.
The online survey was conducted in September/October 2013; a total of 732 stakeholders the Treasury had engaged with over the last year were invited to participate. A total of 235 responses (32%) were received from across a range of sectors.
Read the related media statement by the Treasury: Stakeholders up for more engagement with the Treasury(24 March 2014).
The survey was conducted to assess the effectiveness of the Treasury’s stakeholder engagement, and shows a strong appetite for more interaction with the department.
Most perceptions about the Treasury’s capabilities have improved since the 2011 survey, with a large proportion of respondents (55%) having noticed a change in the way the Treasury expresses itself, and that we’re behaving differently (40%). In particular people agree we’re talking to a wider range of stakeholders, and there’s a sense that we are more open to new ideas and ways of thinking.
Documents are available for download in Adobe PDF format only. Using PDF Files
|20 Dec 2013||Colmar Brunton||Survey of Stakeholders for the Treasury
Released 24 March 2014
|cb-stakeholders-dec13.pdf (2342 KB)|
|24 Aug 2011||Colmar Brunton||Stakeholder Research for the Treasury
Released 20 January 2012
|cb-stakeholders-aug11.pdf (3242 KB)|
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