- Establishing the Information Publication Scheme
- Information Management Framework
- Register of Disclosures made
- Determination of exempt documents
- How will we make the information available?
- Charges to requestors
- Information architecture
- Other sources of related information
- Information required to be published
- Optional information
- Administering the agency IPS
Information Publication Scheme
Determination of exempt documents
Every endeavor is made to publish documents in such a way to allow the public to exercise their rights under this Act. There are situations where a document may be either permanently or temporarily exempt from disclosure. For example a procedure may contain system screenshots that includes personal information. In these cases, the documents will be available, however subject to manual redaction to avoid breaching obligations under the Privacy Act.
Other examples relate to disclosure of IN-CONFIDENCE material, or items subject to national security caveats. In saying this, ComSuper does not regularly receive, produce, or act on such documents, and as such, they are rare.
Some documents may also be exempted under s 12 of the Act.
Last updated May 23, 2012