Cost of contractors in 2013

Andrew Crow made this Official Information request to State Services Commission

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From: Andrew Crow

Dear State Services Commission,

I am interested in the cost of using contractors during 2013.
I intend to send this request to a number of government departments.

I am sure you have an internal definition of what a contractor is, for my request I am talking about people who work for your ministry and not permanent staff.

Under the OIA I request the total cost of using contractors from Jan 2013 to Dec 2013.

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Crow

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From: Megan Bray [SSC]
State Services Commission


Attachment Andrew Crow OIA Response March 2014.pdf
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Dear Mr Crow,

Please find attached the response to your Official Information Act request
regarding the State Services Commission’s expenditure on contractors and
consultants.

Yours sincerely,

Megan Bray

 

 

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Senior Advisor
State Services Commission
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[1]www.ssc.govt.nz | [2]newzealand.govt.nz

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