We publish a disclosure log on our website to meet the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act 1982.

We publish a disclosure log on our website to meet the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 section 11C. The disclosure log lists information that has been released in response to an FOI access request. This requirement has applied since 1 May 2011.

The disclosure log requirement does not apply to:

  • personal information about any person if publication of that information would be 'unreasonable'
  • information about the business, commercial, financial or professional affairs of any person if publication of that information would be 'unreasonable'
  • other information covered by a determination made by the Australian Information Commissioner if publication of that information would be 'unreasonable'
  • any information if it is not reasonably practicable to publish the information because of the extent of modifications that would need to be made to delete the information listed in the above dot points.

The information described in this register has been released by the department under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 and is available for public access.

The register of documents released under FOI is available below.

If a document named in the disclosure log is not available for download you can request a copy be sent to you by writing to:

The FOI Officer
Department of Communications
GPO Box 2154
CANBERRA ACT 2601

Email: foi@communications.gov.au

We might charge you the cost of copying or reproducing the information or sending it to you. We’ll tell you first, and we’ll ask you to pay before we give you any information.

There could be documents in the disclosure log that are currently not available in HTML format. If you can’t read the format provided, contact the FOI Officer at the address above. We will try to meet all reasonable requests for alternate document formats in a timely manner and at the lowest reasonable cost to you.

Information in the disclosure log can be removed after 12 months, unless it has ongoing public value.

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