The Information Publication Scheme

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The Information Publication Scheme for Australian Government agencies aims to transform the freedom of information framework from one that responds to individual requests for access to documents to one that requires agencies to take a proactive approach to publishing information. The scheme commences on 1 May 2011.

Under the scheme, each agency must publish on its website an information publication plan showing how it proposes to meet the requirements of the information publication scheme.

The FOI Act specifies information that agencies must publish, in addition to the information publication plan. This information, where it exists, is already published in various different areas of the ALRC website and hyperlinks to the relevant content are included in the list below.

Agency plan

Who we are

What we do

Our reports and responses to Parliament

The ALRC does not routinely provide information to Parliament beyond Final Reports and Annual Reports which are presented for tabling, all of which are available on our website under Publications.

Routinely requested information and Disclosure Log

The ALRC does not hold information that it provides routinely under the FOI Act.

Consultation arrangements

Our priorities

The ALRC will publish information that increases the transparency of our decision-making processes. This includes

  • information about how we treat submissions made to us by the public
  • publishing public submissions on the website
  • submissions the ALRC makes to external inquiries

Our finances

Our lists

Contact Us

The Executive Director can be contacted about access to the agency’s information or documents under the FOI Act:

Sabina Wynn
Executive Director
sabina.wynn@alrc.gov.au

The ALRC is committed to making information easily discoverable and understandable. We welcome your comments and feedback. Please contact us.