Our publication scheme describes and categorises information routinely available from the Department of Justice and Attorney-General.
It has been developed to give the community greater access to information as part of the response to the review of freedom of information laws.
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Information is grouped and accessible through seven classes:
The Department of Justice and Attorney-General provides numerous services.
The department publishes a range of financial information including annual reports, service delivery statements, budget highlight documents and grants. This information relates to projected and actual income and expenditure, tendering, procurement and contracts.
Our strategy and performance information, plans assessments, inspections and reviews.
The Department of Justice and Attorney-General operates within a corporate governance framework. This framework emphasises ethics, openness and public accountability. It is the basis for the department’s overall purpose and sets our objectives. It also guides us in managing our information and resources.
The department has a large number of rules, policies and guidelines that govern the way we work.
The Department of Justice and Attorney-General holds a number of public registers. Some we are required to hold by law and others relate to the function of the agency or the laws that we administer. Although privacy and confidentiality issues prevent disclosure of some information, other information may be accessed by the public at no cost or for a fee.
You have the right to complain if information identified in our publication scheme is not available. Complaints about the availability of information under our publication scheme may be lodged via the department's online complaints portal or forwarded to email@example.com. Complaints will be managed in accordance with the department's complaints management policy.
If you make a complaint, your personal information, including your email address, will be collected for the purposes of addressing your complaint as required under the Ministerial Guidelines – Operation of Publication Schemes and Disclosure Logs issued under sections 21(3) and 78, 78A and 78B of the Right to Information Act 2009.
Your personal information will be used for the purpose of investigating and addressing your complaint, and may be referred to relevant departmental business units or regions for action and response. Email messages may be monitored by the departmentis information technology staff for system trouble-shooting, maintenance and appropriate usage.