Border Executive Board
- The Border Executive Board’s task is to hold COVID-19 at the border, position New Zealand to have a safer and smarter border, address gaps, plan for future risks from people, goods or craft arriving at the border, and manage border-related fiscal challenges arising from changes in cost recovery.
- Agencies involved are New Zealand Customs Service (chair), Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ministry of Health, Ministry for Primary Industries and Ministry of Transport.
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