New Structure for the Army Museum
The National Army Museum has a new Trust Board which collectively brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and business acumen to the Museum.
In October last year, on the advice of the Auditor General, the National Army Museum structure changed with the disbandment of its Trust Board, headed by the Chief of Army, and its working Executive Management Committee.
This change came about because the Auditor General was concerned that there may be a conflict of interest in having the Chief of Army holding the appointment as the Chairman of the Museum Trust Board.
On the 10th of February 2011 a new Trust Board assembled for their first meeting in Waiouru. New Board members come from a variety of backgrounds, including law, the museum industry, company directors and commerce.
The out-going Trust Board members and the now dis-established Executive Management Committee are to be congratulated for their contributions and dedication to their responsibilities.