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Board Reports

Recent reports from meetings of the Board of Trustees are available below. From December 2016 we have provided these in summary form.

Additional Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision corporate publications, including Annual Reports, can be read in the Corporate Information section of this site.

Note: Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision was formed by the amalgamation of the New Zealand Film Archive, Sound Archives Ngā Taonga Kōrero, and the Television New Zealand Archive between 2012 and 2014. Prior to August 2014, the former organisation names are used in all documents.

Board Reports

Board Report Summary for 22 October 2020

  • Bernadette Cavanagh, Chief Executive of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage joined the Board for an update on the possible directions of sector policies for the new term.
  • The Board continued the discussion with the Chief Executive on the current Organisational Redesign.
  • The Board unanimously agreed to invite Simon Murdoch to continue in the role of Chair for a further year of his statutory term on the Board.
  • The Board has agreed to look externally for new Trustees for 2021.
  • The Mātauranga Māori Te Awe Kōtuku funding framework has been approved.

Board Report Summary for 20 August 2020

  • The Board had an overview of the two-current big projects for Ngā Taonga – Utaina (Magnetic Media) and Tāhuhu (Preserving the Nations Memory). Both projects are tracking well with no current issues.
  • The Board discussed with the Chief Executive the current Organisational Redesign.
  • The Board discussed and approved the final Audit report – which was all positive and no issues.
  • The Board approved the 2019/20 Annual Report, which will now be published.

Board Report Summary for April and June 2020

  • The Board have provided feedback on the Draft Annual Report and Final Budget
  • The Board provided feedback on the revised Throughput Model Report
  • The Board discussed and approved Trustee fees – there is to be no increase
  • The Board is undertaking self-assessments for evaluation.
  • The Board noted the Ngā Taonga Risk Register and the Relationship Heat Map
  • The Board has amended and approved changes to the Constitution

Board Report Summary 20 February 2020

  • Peter Murray, Deputy Chief Executive Information and Knowledge Services, DIA and Rob Stevens, Portfolio Director, Preserving the Nation’s Memory (PtNM) met with the Board to discuss Preserving the Nations Memory
  • The Board provided feedback on the revised Throughput Model Report
  • The Board discussed and noted the Digital Transformation Programme Overview
  • The Board approved funding to complete the Digital Transformation Programme Business case
  • The Board noted the Ngā Taonga Risk Register and the Relationship Heat Map