Current Projects

 

Te Pae o Tuhoe Lands Trust –Preparation of a business case to seek funding for the growth of ecotourism across the Bay of Plenty by leveraging off existing tourism markets in Rotorua. This business case includes social and economic benefits for the Whakatane district while demonstrating economic growth nationally.

 

Te Arawa Lakes Trust – Scope, Design, Build and Implement a web-based Cultural and Scientific Environmental Monitoring System. This will allow the Te Arawa Trust to actively monitor specific sites on their lakes to gather data on the quality of the water. The system will generate reports which will inform the Trust and support freshwater management decisions made in conjunction with local councils.

 

These reports will also show Te Arawa iwi and hapū how they are upholding Te Arawa’s cultural values and reinforcing their indigenous role as kaitiaki.

 

Te Arawa Lakes Trust and Bay of Plenty Regional Council – Scope, Design Build and Implement a web-based application for Resource Consent which will publish both applications and outcomes online. Information will be gathered from the Trust’s Cultural and Scientific Environmental Monitoring System to inform decision-making on each application for a resource consent.

 

Completed Projects

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Enterprise (MBIE) -.Financial review and benefit realisation of the Immigration Global Management System (IGMS). This project formed part of Immigration New Zealand’s Vision 2015 Strategy aimed at effective management of visa processing and increasing immigration service capability. The work entailed a full financial review with benefit realisation tracking over a two year period while reforecasting the project budget and putting in place sound commercial management processes.

 

MBIE.– Commercial management and financial health check, benefit realisation and a roadmap of the Better Public Services Programme (Result 9). This work covered a full review of all commercial management and finances, as well as putting in place a 2 year roadmap for the programme.

 

Department of Conservation’s Ngā Whenua Rāhui Programme – This work entailed an economic analysis showing the tangible and intangible benefits and costs of restoring Māori owned land to good health.

 

Te Arawa Lakes Trust – Scope, Design, Build and Implement a web-based knowledge management system to include self-regulation of the Trust’s Fishing Bylaws and to protect Te Arawa’s role as kaitiaki of 14 lakes.

 

Te Arawa Lakes Trust – Scope, Design, Build and Implement a web-based register to regulate individual fishing catches from the Te Arawa Lakes and help to ensure the protection of their taonga species.