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The Information Publication Scheme (IPS) aims to transform the freedom of information framework from one that responds to individual requests for access to documents to one that requires Australian Government agencies to take a proactive approach to publishing information. The scheme commences on 1 May 2011.The IPS:
Further information on the IPS is available from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) website.
AASB publishes reports required by Government under Government Compliance Reports. These includeAnnual ReportsFile List (to consist of a list of board papers on the website)Contracts ($100,000 or more) AASB submissionsInformation on AASB submissions to Parliamentary Committees is provided through Treasury and is available on the Parliament website (www.aph.gov.au).
To date, AASB has not been routinely requested for particular information. AASB publishes information accessed under the FOI Act in a disclosure log (subject to any exceptions under section 11C of the FOI Act).
To access AASB information or documents under the FOI Act please contact the FOI Contact Officer or phone on 03 9617 7600.
These are detailed in our Outcomes and Future Directions Plan and Annual Regulatory Plan.
These are available on our Media Release page.
These guidelines relate to employment conditions and managing staff; Work Diversity Program and Prevention of Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace.
AASB procurement, tendering and contracts arrangements are consistent with Commonwealth guidelines published on the Department of Finance and Deregulation website.
AASB Legal ExpenditureAASB GrantsPay Structure
Are available from the publications section of our website.
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We invite you to provide comments on our Information Publication Scheme entry, particularly in relation to any documents that appear not to be discoverable, understandable or machine-readable. See our web feedback page for information on contacting us.
(excluding Pronouncements & WIP)