Survey of Treasury Stakeholders
Page updated 20 Jan 2012
The Treasury has released a report on the findings of its inaugural stakeholder survey.
A series of 14 qualitative and 160 quantitative interviews were conducted to gauge external perceptions of the Treasury, which will allow the organisation to create a benchmark of its service delivery.
Interviewees were asked about their perceptions of, experience with, and satisfaction regarding the Treasury's service. Findings included that:
- Stakeholders respect the Treasury for its expertise and professionalism - there is a high level of confidence in staff, the standard of thinking and analysis.
- Stakeholders are interested in the Treasury - they want more frequent and richer engagement, better information about who does what, more collaboration and partnership, and for the organisation to engage with a wider range of interests.
|24 Aug 2011||Colmar Brunton||Stakeholder Research for the Treasury
Released 20 January 2012
|cb-stakeholders-aug11.pdf (3242 KB)|
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