Follow-up audit: Effectivess and efficiency of arrangements to repair pipes and roads in Christchurch

In November 2013, the Office of the Auditor General examined how the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority, the New Zealand Transport Agency, and Christchurch City Council were managing the rebuild of the horizontal infrastructure through an alliance called the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team (SCIRT).
This follow-up report looks at the progress the public entities have made in addressing recommendations from the 2013 report, and their preparation for the future.

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