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Outer Space and High-altitude Activities Act 2017

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From: Valerie Morse

Dear Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment,

Please provide all information about the scheduled three-year review of the Outer Space and High-altitude Activities Act 2017 held by your agency including, but not limited to, -discussions concerning, and drafts of, the terms of reference,
-the stakeholders identified for consultation,
-plans for public participation in the review,
-the extent, duration and scope of the planned consultation process.

Yours faithfully,

Valerie Morse

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From: Ministerial Services
Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

Ref: 2122-0816

 

Dear Valerie,

 

On behalf of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment I
acknowledge your email of the 5^th of October 2021 requesting under the
Official Information Act 1982 (the Act), the following:

 

“Please provide all information about the scheduled three-year review of
the Outer Space and High-altitude Activities Act 2017 held by your agency
including, but not limited to,  -discussions concerning, and drafts of,
the terms of reference, -the stakeholders identified for consultation,
-plans for public participation in the review, -the extent, duration and
scope of the planned consultation process.”

 

Your request is being processed in accordance with the Act and a response
will be sent to you in due course.

 

Due to the recent changes in Covid-19 alert levels, the Ministry is
currently focused on assisting with the pandemic response and your
response may be delayed. The Ministry will contact you to provide further
updates specific to your request once it has been assessed.

 

If you have any enquiries regarding your request, or its urgency, feel
free to contact us via email at [1][MBIE request email].

 

Nâku noa, nâ

MINISTERIAL SERVICES

               

Ngâ Pou o te Taumaru

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Level 4, 15 Stout Street, PO Box 1473, Wellington 6140

NZBN 9429000106078

 

 

 

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From: OSHAA Review
Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

Kia ora Valerie

 

Thank you for your email requesting all information about the three year
review of the Outer Space and High-altitude Activities Act 2017 held by
the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment; and separately, the
contact details of the team assigned to the MIQ time-sensitive travel
allocation requests.

 

On your first question, we would like to discuss refining the scope. If
you are happy to have this discussion, can you please send through your
preferred contact number to [1][email address] as well as any
day/time preferences for this conversation.

 

On your second question; there is no other mechanism for the public to
directly contact the MIQ team regarding time-sensitive travel, apart from
the number you’ve mentioned (0800 476 647). If you have specific
questions, these could also be made through a separate OIA request via
[2][MBIE request email].

 

Ngâ mihi 

 

OSHAA Review team

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From: Valerie Morse

Dear OSHAA Review,

I'm happy to discuss refining the scope of my request regarding the review of the OSHAA.

PLEASE NOTE: I did NOT make any request regarding MIQ. You should check your records as this obviously is someone else's OIA.

Yours sincerely,

Valerie Morse

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From: OSHAA Review
Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

Kia ora Valerie

Our apologies for the confusion regarding the MIQ question. This was an omission which has now been rectified internally.

With regard to a discussion on refining the scope of the request, are you able to please send either a phone number, or any other preference (e.g. another email address where we can call you via Zoom or Microsoft Teams) through to [MBIE request email]. They will then pass this on to us.

Please note that any personal information that you send from your existing email address can be made public.

OSHAA Review Team

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From: Valerie Morse

Dear OSHAA Review,

Thanks for your email. In terms of refining my request, I would prefer that be done publicly. As I noted in my original OIA I am seeking

1. earlier drafts of the terms of reference,
2. the names of stakeholders identified for consultation and any initially identified that were not subsequently contacted,
3. information about any public participation in the review, including decisions taken not to include a public component,
4. all submissions received.

Those would appear to me to be fairly straightforward questions. If you have suggestions for refinements or narrowing, I would be happy to consider these.

Yours sincerely,

Valerie Morse

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From: OSHAA Review
Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

Thank you for your response, Valerie.

Your latest email request differs slightly from the original request: "for all information about the scheduled three-year review of the Outer Space and High-altitude Activities Act 2017 held by your agency including, but not limited to, -discussions concerning, and drafts of, the terms of reference, -the stakeholders identified for consultation, -plans for public participation in the review, -the extent, duration and scope of the planned consultation process."

As per your latest email below, we have rescoped the request to:
1. earlier drafts of the terms of reference 2. the names of stakeholders identified for consultation and any initially identified that were not subsequently contacted 3. information about any public participation in the review, including decisions taken not to include a public component 4. all submissions received.

If you are comfortable with us proceeding on this basis, we will be in touch next regarding the response.

OSHAA Review team.

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