IMC Wellington - The Role of Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security
Thursday, July 20, 2017
IMC invites you to join us to hear Cheryl Gwyn, Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security
Professional development hours: 1.5
Format: The evening will start at 5:30 pm with drinks and nibbles. The presentation starts at 6:00 pm, so please be seated by then. We wrap up around 7:00 pm.
Cost: No charge. You will be a guest of IMC New Zealand.
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Speaker Cheryl Gwyn - The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security
Topic: The Role of Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security
The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security is a statutory officer appointed under the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security Act 1996 to provide oversight of the activities of the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS) and the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB).
The Inspector-General’s role is to assist the Minister in charge of the NZSIS and the Minister responsible for the GCSB, to ensure those bodies act lawfully and with propriety, and to provide an independent determination of complaints about their conduct. The Inspector-General also reviews those bodies' compliance procedures and systems
The venue is provided by Victoria University and refreshments for this meeting have been kindly sponsored by
Victoria University Pipitea Campus, Room RHLT3 Rutherford House.
Institute of Management Consultants New Zealand, P O Box 273, Auckland 1140
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