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Report on the operation of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009: 2015 - 2016

The NSW Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Tydd, today released the 2015/16 Report on the operation of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act).

NSW Information Commissioner publishes new resources on fees and charges under the GIPA Act

The NSW Information Commissioner has published three new resources to provide guidance on fees and charges to entities regulated by the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) and the general public.

Information Commissioner releases IPC Regulatory Framework and Regulatory Plan

Following a program of work examining and implementing better and more responsive approaches to enable more strategic and effective regulatory efforts, NSW Information Commissioner Elizabeth Tydd has released the I

Information Commissioner publishes Towards a NSW Charter for Public Participation

“I am pleased to announce the publication of the IPC Report: Towards a NSW Charter for Public Participation, which progresses my commitment to promote public participation and assist

NSW Information Commissioner publishes two new GIPA Act resources

The NSW Information Commissioner has published two new fact sheets to assist applicants and decision-makers under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act)

Law Week 2016

Law Week 2016 occurs from Monday, 16 May to Friday, 20 May 2016. 

National Law Week is an annual event, held in May, to promote public understanding of the law and its role in society managed by the Law Society of NSW.

The IPC wants to hear from you!

The Information and Privacy Commission (IPC) wants to hear about the best ways to engage with NSW government agencies on the formulation of agency policies and the exercise of agency functions. Join the IPC community and have your say.

Information Awareness Month (IAM) 2016

Information Awareness Month (IAM) is a collaborative annual event which runs from the 1 May to 31 May and brings together various bodies from the data management, archives, records, knowledge and library communities. It is celebrated around Australia and runs for the month of May.

NSW Information Commissioner asks agencies to switch on Open Government during Right to Know Week (28 Sept to 4 Oct 2015)

To celebrate Right to Know Week 2015 the NSW Information Commissioner Elizabeth Tydd is leading a proactive campaign to encourage public sector agencies, universities and regional councils to champion open government and spread the message of proactive release of information to their stakeholders

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