New Zealand has a high degree of public trust and confidence in our system of government, but we can’t take this for granted. It’s something we need to work hard every day to maintain.
“Many public agencies exercise special powers or influence over people’s lives, and with this power comes responsibility. A responsibility to perform our duties in a manner that upholds the trust that New Zealanders have in us. We must always be accountable and transparent.”
Peter HughesPublic Service Commissioner
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