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stocktaking

the process of checking physical STOCKS of raw materials, components or finished goods against STORES records of materials quantities on BIN CARDS.
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Commissioned by Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford and released today, A Stocktake of New Zealands Housing assesses the entire housing continuum from homeownership and market renting, to state housing and homelessness, and the social cost of substandard housing.
For many participants of the stocktakes, this was the first time they had engaged on a regional consortium level in this type of forensic analysis to identify and target action, to share good practice and as a basis to intervene to secure improvements.
This afternoon, I will make a statement to the National Assembly announcing the outcomes of the recent stocktake on Glastir.