Te koke ki tētahi Rautaki Matihiko mō Aotearoa
Towards a Digital Strategy for Aotearoa

The New Zealand government is developing a Digital Strategy for Aotearoa and we want to know what you think is important for Aotearoa New Zealands digital future.

The Strategy will set out the goals, priorities and activities for the next 2 to 5 years, along with longer term results (out to 2031 and beyond).

How we keep pace with changes in digital technologies and how they are used in our economy and across our communities will have a strong impact on Aotearoa New Zealands future prosperity.

The discussion document is built around 3 key themes that could form the structure for the Digital Strategy: Mahi Tika — Trust, Mahi Tahi — Inclusion, Mahi Ake — Growth.

Tō mātou wawata
Our vision

We propose to focus on each theme to achieve our vision of:

Te whakaāhei i te puāwaitanga me te taurikura o te katoa o Aotearoa i roto i te ao matihiko.

Enabling all of Aotearoa New Zealand to flourish and prosper in a digital world.

Me pēhea te tuku kōrero mai

How to give feedback

You can share your ideas and have your say by:

Online discussion

Add your feedback and comments through this online discussion tool. You need to register above, log in and then:

  • explore the challenges and connected ideas at the bottom of this page
  • add a new idea that isn’t already on the site
  • comment on or rate other people’s ideas and get the conversation going.

Email

Email your ideas to digitalaotearoa@dia.govt.nz

Post

Post your mail submissions to:
Emma Procter
Digital Strategy for Aotearoa Team
Department of Internal Affairs
PO Box 805
Wellington  6140

Hui

Attend virtual hui via Zoom. You can find out more details about these and register at Digital.govt.nz/aotearoa

Kōrerotia mai ō whakaaro
Tell us what you think

We are keen to understand what you think is important for Aotearoa New Zealand’s digital future. Your feedback will go to the joint agency Strategy team and will contribute to the development of a Digital Strategy for Aotearoa over the months ahead.

Discussion opens: 6 October 2021

Discussion closes: 5pm, 10 November 2021