Information Publication Scheme
The Information Publication Scheme (IPS) has been established under Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act). The FOI Act requires agencies from 1 May 2011 to publish:
- specified information on agency operations under the IPS
- information accessed in response to FOI applications in a disclosure log.
The FOI Act also encourages proactive publication of information held by an agency. ARPC provides the following information in accordance with the IPS and will continue to identify and publish information accessible through this website.
- ARPC Agency Plan
- Who we are
- What we do
- Our reports and responses to Parliament
- Routinely requested information and disclosure log
- Consultation arrangements
- Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013
- Our workplace policies and plans
- Our finances
- Our communications
- Our submissions
- ARPC invites comment on IPS
- Contact information
ARPC Agency Plan
Who we are
What we do
Our reports and responses to Parliament
Routinely requested information and disclosure log
2003-2013: ARPC has received no requests under the FOI Act 2013-2014: There was one FOI request, which was subsequently withdrawn due to the information being already available on ARPC’s website. ARPC will publish information to which ARPC provided access to, under the FOI Act.
ARPC invites public comment on ARPC’s reviews, consultations and discussions papers. There are no currently no consultations taking place.
Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013
The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013 (PID Act) came into effect on 15 January 2014. The PID Act promotes integrity and accountability in the Australian public sector by encouraging the disclosure of information about suspected wrongdoing. It also protects people who make disclosures and requires that agencies take action. The emphasis of the scheme is on disclosures being made and investigated within government. The PID Act is not intended to replace existing processes for dealing with workplace grievances and misconduct, such as bullying and harassment, but rather to supplement them. For further information on ARPC’s PID Policy, including details on who can make a disclosure, what can be reported and how to do so, please read the ARPC Public Information Disclosure Policy. For further information about the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013, see www.ombudsman.gov.au.
Our workplace policies and plans
ARPC has to this date, not made submissions to Parliamentary committees and other agencies.
ARPC invites comment on IPS
Comments on ARPC’s IPS information holdings and whether they are easily discoverable, understandable and machine-readable can be provided to the FOI contact below. ARPC will arrange to make documents available in alternative forms upon request where possible.
To contact ARPC regarding FOI and IPS matters please use the details below. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone 02 8223 6777 Address Chief Operating Officer, Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation, PO Box Q1432, Queen Victoria Building, NSW, 1230.