Corporate documents

Access the whole range of corporate documentation: regional strategies, ministerial briefings, risk profiles, performance analyses, documents of corporate accountability and fiscal responsibility, including statements of intent, and annual reports.

This description was last updated on: Tuesday, 17 November 2015 .

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A look inside our journey from 1840 to 2015

This magazine offers an insight into decades of Customs’ progress, and our role in New Zealand’s social wellbeing and economic development. Look at how far we’ve come in many major focus areas, including revenue, trade, customer experience, and how we celebrate aspects of our diverse Customs family.

Annual Report 2005-2006​
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Annual Report 2006-2007
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​Annual Report 2007-2008
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​Annual Report 2008/09
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​Annual Report 2009/10
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Provides an overview of Customs' core business functions for the incoming Minister.

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Provides an overview of Customs' core business functions for the incoming Minister.

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​​Provides an overview of Customs' core business functions for the incoming Minister.

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Provides an overview of Customs' core business functions for the incoming Minister.​
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Our Code of Conduct (August 2013) details the minimum standards of behaviour required of all Customs employees. It provides a framework through which Customs employees will act with integrity and a spirit of service, a requirement of all public service employees.

These standards of behaviour will be demonstrated by all Customs employees, and guide us when making decisions and taking actions.​

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​Customs invited public comment on proposed changes to the Customs and Excise Act 1996. The Discussion Paper was produced to enable businesses, traders, travellers, and members of the public to give feedback on proposed changes to the Act. Submissions closed for this on 1 May 2015.

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