Government organisations are required to use public cloud services in preference to traditional IT systems. They are required to adopt these services on a case by case basis, following risk assessments.
The Government Enterprise Architecture for New Zealand (GEA-NZ) is a common language and categorisation framework that promotes consistency in the way government models its business processes, services and infrastructure.
Formerly known as the Government Enterprise Architecture for NZ (GEA-NZ) standards reference, the government digital standards is a catalogue of digital standards and related guidance that can be used by NZ government agencies.
The OASIS Customer Information Quality (CIQ) Standard is an international standard for customer information interchange quality. It includes personal and organisational names, addresses, party attributes and party roles and relationships.
This New Zealand Security Assertion Messaging Standard prescribes messaging standards for communicating a range of security assertions (authentication, identity attributes and authorisation) in New Zealand government online services. The Standard is abbreviated to NZ SAMS.