The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) requires all NSW agencies to keep a record (a 'disclosure log') of information about formal applications received under the Act.
The Commission's disclosure log is a record of information that the Commission has released in response to a formal access application from an individual or organisation that the Commission believes could also be of interest to other members of the public. The Commission will 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 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.
In deciding to release information in response to a GIPA access application, consideration is to be given to factors of the application as outlined in section 55 of the GIPA Act. For instance, where other members of the public request access to the released information described on the disclosure log, the Commission 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 department.
The disclosure log will be updated as additional information is released under the GIPA Act.
Formal GIPA requests can be submitted to the Commission by completing the GIPA Access Application Form.
How information which is available can be accessed
Contact the Right to Information Officer at email@example.com or by phone on 9228 4844.
Date application decided
Description of information
How it can be accessed
Notes from the Silviculture Workshop on the assessment of river red gum forests (NRC documents D09/3839 and D09/3840)
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