Murray Young
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Murray Young

Land Information NZ / Toitū Te Whenua

Kaihautū, digital delivery

  • Appointed August 2021.
  • Joined Toitū Te Whenua as deputy chief executive business transformation in November 2019.
  • Responsible for the project to rebuild Landonline on secondment from the NZ Customs Service.
  • Previously acting deputy comptroller operations at Customs, leading border operations, investigations and enforcement, and revenue and assurance.
  • Before joining Customs in 2014 as CIO, held senior leadership roles in operations, strategy, finance, change and information technology, focused on government.


Jan 2004 - Dec 2008
General Manager - Professional Services
Dec 2008 - Apr 2014
Customs Service / Te Mana Arai o Aotearoa
Chief Information Officer
Apr 2014 - Feb 2019
NZ Customs Service
Deputy Comptroller Operations
Feb 2019 - Nov 2019
Land Information NZ / Toitū Te Whenua
DCE Business Transformation
Nov 2019 - Present

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