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Submissions on Establishing an Independent Fiscal Institution Information Release

Issue date: 
Wednesday, 6 March 2019
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The Government recently consulted on the proposal to establish an Independent Fiscal Institution as part of New Zealand’s fiscal policy framework.

Public submissions

The Government received 25 submissions on the discussion document: New Zealand’s Fiscal Policy Framework: Establishing an Independent Fiscal Institution.

The Government is publicly releasing 24 of the 25 submissions received, alongside a Summary of Submissions that provides an overview of the themes and suggestions raised by submitters. One submission is being withheld from release at the request of the submitter.

The Government is considering all of the submissions as it develops its final proposal.

Documents released
DateCreatorTitle
21-09-2018 Canadian Parliamentary Budget Office
30-09-2018 The New Zealand Initiative
07-10-2018 McKenzie, Lynne
08-10-2018 SageBush
10-10-2018 Horvath, Michal
10-10-2018 International Monetary Fund
12-10-2018 The Controller and Auditor-General
17-10-2018 Reserve Bank of New Zealand
19-10-2018 Newberry, Susan
21-10-2018 Anonymous
23-10-2018 Global Initiative for Fiscal Transparency
23-10-2018 Robertson, Kay
24-10-2018 Michael Reddell
24-10-2018 Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives
24-10-2018 Dunn, Jonathan
24-10-2018 Federated Farmers of New Zealand
24-10-2018 Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
24-10-2018 New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Te Kauae Kaimahi
24-10-2018 New Zealand Taxpayers' Union
25-10-2018 National Assembly Budget Office, Republic of Korea
26-10-2018 Association of Salaried Medical Specialists
29-10-2018 Business New Zealand
31-10-2018 Austrian Parliamentary Budget Office
03-11-2018 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Last updated: 
Wednesday, 6 March 2019