Minister for the Public Service and Integrity

Part of the Prime Minister portfolio and a Federal authority

Requests for personal documents, documents of a party political nature, or documents held in the minister’s capacity as a local member of parliament are likely to be refused. See the Information Commissioner guidelines for more details. Also, it might be easier and more direct to go to the minister's agency instead.

6 requests
Thank you kindly for your prompt response. It is a pity that you were not able to find any documents that were sent or received by the Minister f...
Thank you for your decision. Searches carried out by staff of the office revealed no documents fall within the scope of the FOI application. Docum...
Department of Home Affairs and the FOI Act - Disclosure Log
Follow up sent to Minister for the Public Service and Integrity by JS on .

Withdrawn by the requester.

The FOI request transferred to the Department of Home Affairs has been withdrawn. https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/d... Yours sincerely,...
OFFICIAL Dear FOI applicant Thank you for your email of 2 October 2019, below. The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet provides administrati...
FOI Delegations
Response by Minister for the Public Service and Integrity to Ben Fairless on .

Successful.

UNCLASSIFIED Dear Mr Fairless The list of the Current Ministry (as at 28 August 2018) is available online at https://www.aph.gov.au/About_Parliament/P...
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Response by Minister for the Public Service and Integrity to MJ on .

Refused.

Dear MJ I refer to your email of 20 September 2013 received by the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service in which you made a re...

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