LGNZ, government task working group to look at councils' risk management

Fri, 05 Jun 2015

By Paul McBeth June 5 (BusinessDesk) - Local Government New Zealand and central government will jointly fund a $1.6 million working group to investigate whether an independent agency should be set up to assist councils with risk management. The local government body, which represents the nation's 78 local authorities, and the Crown have set up an establishment board to look at what risk management services would help councils and locally owned infrastructure. Craig Stobo, who chaired the establishment board of the Local Government Funding...

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