We take an active approach to sharing information with the public.
The Information Publication Scheme (IPS) details the types of information government must actively share. This is a part of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act).
As an Australian Government agency, we must meet these requirements.
The FOI Act provides that an agency must prepare an IPS agency plan.
Read our agency plan.
We foster a culture of appropriate information sharing.
We are committed to:
- publishing information about our agency, including anything required under s8(2) of the FOI Act
- maintaining this website to keep information current and accessible to the public.
Explore the links available on this page for more detail.
Who we are
What we do
Freedom of Information
You can access documents previously released under FOI requests through the FOI disclosure log or make a new request.
Find out more on the relevant website:
Reports and responses to Parliament
Senate order lists
- Agency appointments
- Current grants and tenders
- Grants (individual grant details)
- Indexed list of files
- Departmental contracts over $100,000
We also report on other activities and expenditure.
Learn more about what we report.
Contact us if you have any questions about our approach.