Information released under the Official Information Act

The Official Information Act helps to promote openness and transparency in government agencies. Here, we publish information we've released since January 2016 under the Act. Personal information about the requestor has been removed. 

If you would like to make an Official Information Act request, you can contact us by email or in writing: Superu, PO Box 2839, Wellington 6140.

You will find more information about the Act here.

 

Information we have released under the Official Information Act

December 2017 - Recordkeeping practices of government agencies (PDF 177 KB)

September 2017 - Cabinet papers regarding the closure of Superu (PDF 163 KB)

February 2017 - Staff employed to deliver policy or develop services for Maori and Pacifica peoples (PDF 189 KB)

February 2017 - Vehicle types, annual running costs and disposal of vehicles (PDF 175 KB)

December 2016 - Information provided to the Minister or Associate Minister for Social Development about Growing Up in New Zealand since April 2016 (PDF 183 KB)

November 2016 - Work commissioned to track off-benefit outcomes (PDF 189 KB)

October 2016 - Information about Superu's governing body (PDF 205 KB)

October 2016 - Work commissioned to track off-benefit outcomes (PDF 166 KB)

September 2016 - Advertising costs for July 2015-June 2016 (PDF 170 KB)

August 2016 - Information provided to the Minister about Growing Up in New Zealand  (PDF 163 KB)

June 2016 - Involvement in Law Commission reports (PDF 173 KB)

April 2016 - Information about anonymous donors - response (PDF 167 KB)

January 2016 - White Ribbon Trust funding (PDF 176 KB)

 

Complaints

If you have requested information under the Act and you believe that we haven't followed the Act correctly, or you are unsatisfied with how we have responded to your request, you can:

  • Contact us and let us know so that we can try to resolve the issue.
  • Submit a complaint to The Office of the Ombudsman. The Ombudsman will decide whether to investigate and review our decision and may make a recommendation to us.
Last update: 9 May 2018