There are 12 Central Government Agencies, DHBs, and Regional Councils interacting with New Zealand’s social sector.
All of these agencies and organisations have unique technical systems and processes.
Accreditron is a web-based platform enabling cross-agency information sharing and provides a comprehensive view of the social sector.
Accurate, verified information reduces risk for many business units within Government: Procurement, Contracting, Accreditation, Monitoring, Due Diligence, etc.
“If somebody somewhere else in government is currently having issues with a provider, I need to know about it as soon as possible - as it affects the safety of my clients”Contract Monitoring Team Insight
Currently the burden of sharing this information between agencies is put on providers - by every agency repeatedly asking them for the same information.
“This will save us so much time! Because we have so many piles of paperwork to get through.”
Some areas of the Social Sector are patchy. These areas might have demand, but no services available or a lack of funding to fill it. Accreditron helps find these gaps by showing service information across the sector.
A large portion of social services are funded by philanthropy, and volunteer time. As current systems aren't designed to record information about unfunded services, this large portion of our social sector is invisible to government.
Information is added to Accreditron by both providers, government, and other data sources. This means that everyone who needs it has the latest and most accurate picture.
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