Official information releases

As announced by Hon Hipkins, Minister for State Services on 18 September 2018, Cabinet Papers will be proactively released within 30 days following a Cabinet decision. This is part of the Government’s wider plan to improve openness and reflects its commitment to the international Open Government Partnership. 

Listed below, by date released, are documents that have been released proactively by Sport NZ, including Cabinet Papers.

22 November 2018

Cabinet paper – Sport integrity review – Release of consultation document (PDF 755 KB)

18 December 2018

State sector inquiry into the use of external security consultations (PDF 704 KB)  

5 June 2019

International anti-doping roundtable meeting (8 March 2019) (PDF 1.24 MB)

27 June 2019

Diversity and inclusion at Sport NZ (PDF 218 KB)  

17 April 2020

New Zealand Professional Clubs – Summary Report (PDF 730kB)

16 May 2020

Sport NZ COVID-19 Financial Impact Analysis Summary (PDF 524KB)

15 July 2020

Community Resilience Fund – Phase one funding

15 July 2020

Proactive release KPMG reports (PDF 4.1MB)

16 July 2020

Exceptional Systems Support Fund Update – Funding awarded

2 October 2020

Proactive release various documents on gaming, professional sport franchises and Sport NZ Recovery Package (PDF10MB)

14 October 2020

Community Resilience Fund – Phase 2 funding (PDF747KB)

11 December 2020

Future’s Reports – Proactive release

19 March 2021

Independent Audit of Systems and Processes for addressing Athlete Wellbeing Issues at High Performance Sport New Zealand

9 April 2021

Vaccination requests for athletes

12 April 2021

Official Information Act request statistics and processes


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