Digital Economy and Communications portfolio briefings

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From: Scott

Dear David Clark,

I would like to make a request for copies of the following reports received by the minister relating to his Digital Economy and Communications portfolio:

1) [02 Feb 2021] Briefing: “Joint Statement on Principles for Telecommunications Supply Diversity”
2) [29 June 2021] Aide Memoire: “The Norms of Responsible State Behaviour in Cyberspace”
3) [16 Sep 2021] Aide Memoire: “National security issues of DDOS attacks during lockdown”
4) [27 Sep 2021] Briefing: “Meeting with Facebook Representatives - 28 September 2021”
5) [29 Sep 2021] Briefing: “Response to Letter from the Speaker of the House of Representatives on Cloud Services”
6) [27 Oct 2021] Aide Memoire: “Australia Cyber Security Centre’s Annual Cyber Threat Report (2020-2021)”
7) [8 Nov 2021] Aide Memoire: “Cyber Security Strategy Implementation – Work Programme Update”
8) [9 Nov 2021] Aide Memoire: “International Partners’ Cyber Security Policy and Strategy Developments”
9) [10 Nov 2021] “DEC202100388 Decommissioning and recycling Government agency devices”
10) [22 Dec 2021] “Conflict of Interest Declarations – Cyber Security Advisory”
11) [25 Jan 2022] “Securing the Internet of Things in New Zealand”

Yours faithfully,

Scott

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Kia ora Scott,

Thank you for your email of 18th July in which you submitted an Official Information Act request as follows:

“I would like to make a request for copies of the following reports received by the minister relating to his Digital Economy and Communications portfolio:

1) [02 Feb 2021] Briefing: “Joint Statement on Principles for Telecommunications Supply Diversity”
2) [29 June 2021] Aide Memoire: “The Norms of Responsible State Behaviour in Cyberspace”
3) [16 Sep 2021] Aide Memoire: “National security issues of DDOS attacks during lockdown”
4) [27 Sep 2021] Briefing: “Meeting with Facebook Representatives - 28 September 2021”
5) [29 Sep 2021] Briefing: “Response to Letter from the Speaker of the House of Representatives on Cloud Services”
6) [27 Oct 2021] Aide Memoire: “Australia Cyber Security Centre’s Annual Cyber Threat Report (2020-2021)”
7) [8 Nov 2021] Aide Memoire: “Cyber Security Strategy Implementation – Work Programme Update”
8) [9 Nov 2021] Aide Memoire: “International Partners’ Cyber Security Policy and Strategy Developments”
9) [10 Nov 2021] “DEC202100388 Decommissioning and recycling Government agency devices”
10) [22 Dec 2021] “Conflict of Interest Declarations – Cyber Security Advisory”
11) [25 Jan 2022] “Securing the Internet of Things in New Zealand””

Minister Clark is considering your request in accordance with the Act, and you can expect a response by 15th August 2022.

Kind regards,

Office of Hon Dr David Clark
Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
Minister for the Digital Economy and Communications
Minister for State Owned Enterprises
Minister of Statistics
Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission

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From: Hon Dr David Clark

Tēnā koe,

Thank you for your Official Information Act 1982 (the Act) request, received on 18 July 2022. You requested:

“I would like to make a request for copies of the following reports received by the minister relating to his Digital Economy and Communications portfolio:
1) [02 Feb 2021] Briefing: “Joint Statement on Principles for Telecommunications Supply Diversity”
2) [29 June 2021] Aide Memoire: “The Norms of Responsible State Behaviour in Cyberspace”
3) [16 Sep 2021] Aide Memoire: “National security issues of DDOS attacks during lockdown”
4) [27 Sep 2021] Briefing: “Meeting with Facebook Representatives - 28 September 2021”
5) [29 Sep 2021] Briefing: “Response to Letter from the Speaker of the House of Representatives on Cloud Services”
6) [27 Oct 2021] Aide Memoire: “Australia Cyber Security Centre’s Annual Cyber Threat Report (2020-2021)”
7) [8 Nov 2021] Aide Memoire: “Cyber Security Strategy Implementation – Work Programme Update”
8) [9 Nov 2021] Aide Memoire: “International Partners’ Cyber Security Policy and Strategy Developments”
9) [10 Nov 2021] “DEC202100388 Decommissioning and recycling Government agency devices”
10) [22 Dec 2021] “Conflict of Interest Declarations – Cyber Security Advisory”
11) [25 Jan 2022] “Securing the Internet of Things in New Zealand”

I have decided under section 15A of the Act to extend the time limits for deciding on your request by an additional 20 working days. Consequently, the extended due date for your response will be 12 September 2022.

The extension is required because of the consultations needed to make a decision on your request. Despite the extension, a response will be sent to you as soon as possible.

You have the right to ask the Ombudsman to investigate and review my decision under section 28(3) of the Act.

Kind regards,

Office of Hon Dr David Clark
Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
Minister for the Digital Economy and Communications
Minister for State Owned Enterprises
Minister of Statistics
Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission

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From: Scott

Dear Office of David Clark,

On 4 August you let me know that my request would be receiving your response by 12 September. As this date has now passed, I was wanting to follow up to ask when I can expect your response.

Yours sincerely,

Scott

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