IPS indexed list of files

Files created between:

Senate Procedural Order of Continuing Effect No. 12 - Indexed List of Files

The GBRMPA provides indexed lists of files in accordance with Senate Continuing Order No. 12 - 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)

In accordance with the Order, the list of files does not include: 

  • 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 to 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.

Access to individual files

Under the Freedom of Information Act 1982, members of the public can seek access to documents managed by GBRMPA.

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