Accessing DPC information
To promote open, accountable, fair and effective government in NSW, members of the public have a right to access government information. This right is restricted only when there is an overriding public interest against disclosing the particular information/
You have the right to access certain government information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.
Some government information is available online. Other information can be accessed through informal requests or GIPA applications.
The Disclosure Log records (non-personal) information that has been released, often in response to a specific request from an individual or organisation, that the Department thinks could also be of interest to other members of the public. The Disclosure Log shows whether this information is now publicly available and how it can be accessed.
Policy documents guide DPC's decisions, actions and procedures to fulfil our public functions.
Tabled documents concerning DPC that have been tabled in Parliament.
All contracts DPC enters into with the private sector valued over $150,000 are required to be recorded in the register of government contracts.
When DPC decides that particular “open access information” should not be publicly available, a record of the decision is made.
The DPC Agency Information Guide tells you about the Department, the kinds of government information we hold, and the ways you can access that information.
Under the Government Information (Public Access) Regulation 2009, the advertising compliance certificate issued by the head of a Government agency is prescribed as open access information of that agency, which means it should be publicly available free of charge on the agency's website.
DPC publishes its Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Register in accordance with the Managing Gifts and Benefits: Minimum Standards as outlined in Public Service Commissioner’s Direction No.1 of 2014.