Our disclosure log is a record of information that the department has released in response to a formal access application from an individual or organisation that the department thinks could also be of interest to other members of the public. The department will usually include only non-personal information on the log.
The disclosure log sets out the date the decision was made to release the information; a description of the information released; and details about whether that information is currently available and how it can be accessed.
Be aware that the log lists the information requested, relevant to a specific time and may not contain the most up-to-date version of the information.
Our disclosure log is continuously updated as additional information is released under the GIPA Act.
In deciding to release information in response to a GIPA access application, consistent with the GIPA Act consideration is to be given to personal factors of the application as outlined in section 55 of the GIPA Act. Where other members of the public request access to the released information described on the disclosure log, the Department may delete certain information relating to the original applicant's personal information; business, commercial, professional or financial interests; research carried out by or on behalf of the applicant; or information concerning the affairs of another government. Depending on the work required and costs involved to make parts of the released information available to others, the Department may require an access application to be lodged in some circumstances.
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