IPS indexed list of files
Files created between:
- 1 July - 31 December 2012
- 1 January - 30 June 2012
- 1 July - 31 December 2011
- 1 January - 30 June 2011
Senate Order Continuing No. 10 - Indexed List of Files
The GBRMPA provides indexed lists of files in accordance with Senate Continuing Order No. 10 - Orders for documents. Titles of files created in the agency are to be indexed twice a year:
- for the Autumn sitting: Files created in the preceding six months (July to December)
- for the Spring sitting: Files created in the preceding six months (January to June)
- files transferred to the National Archives of Australia
- case-related files (for example personal representations or dealing with the personal affairs of departmental or agency clients), and
- files essentially related t the internal administration of the agency (staff or personnel, accounts, training, or general administrative matters)
Other information in file titles have been removed in accordance with the Order, including:
- commercially confidential information
- identifiably personal information, and
- any security classified information which is disclosed in or which could reasonably be established from a file title.
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