Implementing the GPS-HUD
Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga – Ministry of Housing and Urban Development will lead the implementation of the GPS-HUD.
We will coordinate work across government, facilitate input from partners and stakeholders, and monitor progress made toward our goals.
Developing an implementation plan
Government will work alongside stakeholders across the system, including with local government, iwi and Māori, industry, non‑government organisations, and communities to develop and test the implementation plan, and ultimately bring the GPS‑HUD to life.
Given the nature of the implementation plan, it is expected that it will be updated more regularly than the GPS‑HUD. The first will be published in the first quarter of 2022.
Planning and tracking progress
The GPS-HUD includes a set of baseline indicators – measures that together, will show how we are making progress toward achieving our desired outcomes and realising our shared vision.
These indicators reflect data that’s available now, and we will continue to identify additional measures that will help us measure progress.
We will report on the following:
- The health of the system – measuring progress towards the vision and four outcomes. Reporting will occur every three years reflecting that change is expected over the longer term. This is in line with the required three‑yearly review of the GPS‑
- The impact of the GPS as a tool to direct, connect, and align – measuring effectiveness of the GPS‑HUD in aligning direction, supporting collective action, and enabling a system‑wide response. Reporting will occur annually.
- Progress toward implementing programmes contributing to the GPS‑HUD – measuring the delivery of work programmes that support the GPS‑HUD. Reporting will occur annually.
Published: September 28, 2021