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PO BOX 2799 
T 0-4-499 2489 
F 0-4-499 2482 
[ERO request email] 
Our ref: OIA 20 - 19 
NZBN 9429041901809 
7 May 2020 
Tania Te Whenua  
[FYI request #12660 email] 
Dear Tania 
Official Information Act request – Employment equity for Maori women in the public sector 

I refer to your email dated 20 April 2020 to the Education Review Office requesting the following 
information under the Official Information Act 1982: 
In the past three years:  
a) How many Maori women (and what percentage of the total number of applicants) applied for Tier 
2 roles or above? 
b) How many Maori women (and what percentage of the total number of successful applicants) were 
successfully appointed to the jobs which they applied for at Tier 2 or above? 
I am advised that the State Service Commissioner is responsible for the appointments of Public 
Service Chief Executive roles, and the State Services Commission will be responding to you in 
relation to Tier 1 roles for (a) and (b). 
In relation to Tier 2 roles in the last 3 years there was one position in ERO. There were 17 applicants 
for this Tier 2 position, and 4 were Māori women. That is a percentage of 23.5%. The appointee was 
not a Māori. 
Yours sincerely 
Jeremy France 
Deputy Chief Executive Corporate Services 
Education Review Office | Te Tari Arotake Mātauranga 
National Office | Tari Matua 
Ko te Tamaiti te Pūtake o te Kaupapa 
The Child – the Heart of the Matter