Find out how MPI sets its objectives and reports on its performance.
Assessing performance against outcomes
Our 4 long-term outcomes are supported by 6 medium-term outcomes and will be measured by a number of key indicators. Our Strategic Intentions publication sets out our objectives, while the Annual Report has information about our progress.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has also taken part in a review, using the performance improvement framework (PIF) managed through the State Services Commission. This government initiative is designed to help agencies identify their strengths and areas for improvement.
Strategic intentions (formally known as statements of intent) sets out MPI's medium-term strategy and demonstrates how MPI plans to deliver the shifts in performance required to be an exemplary organisation.
Strategic Intentions 2015-2020 builds on the previous Statement of Intent 2014-2019. It also sets out how MPI will deliver on government priorities, as well as cross-agency and primary sector initiatives. Our strategy was updated in July 2017 since this document was written.
The Statement of Intent (SOI) sets out what the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) will do over the next five years to achieve its vision of Growing and Protecting New Zealand. SOI takes into account New Zealand’s dynamic trading environment and the Government’s goals of building a more productive and competitive economy, as well as delivering better public services.
Statement of Intent 2013-2018
The Statement of Intent (SOI) is a key element of the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) public accountability narrative. At a high level it signals the benefit that MPI is seeking to achieve for the primary sector and for all New Zealanders. The SOI sets out key challenges and opportunities associated with MPI’s Export Double goal and details how these factors will shape MPI’s work programmes and capability development over the next five years.
Our annual report measures our performance on the objectives as set out in our statement of intent.
A panel of independent reviewers assessed the current state of MPI in late 2012, and considered how well it is placed to deal with the opportunities and challenges faced over the medium-term. The reviewers noted 4 'future state' enhancements - managing and developing MPI’s people, delivering on our export goal, MPI’s leadership role, and systems management. The review was managed by the State Services Commission.
1. 2016 Performance Improvement Framework - Formal Review of Ministry for Primary Industries
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A Performance Improvement Framework (PIF) review of MPI was published on 24 March 2016.
A panel of independent reviewers assessed the current state of MPI, and considered how well it is placed to deal with the opportunities and challenges faced over the medium-term. The review was managed by the State Services Commission.
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