Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General

Part of the Prime Minister portfolio and a Federal authority

The position of Official Secretary to the Governor-General was established in 1901. The Governor-General Act 1974 was amended by Parliament in 1984 to establish the position as a statutory office. The Official Secretary and their staff provide the Governor-General with the necessary support to enable the Governor-General to carry out their constitutional, statutory, ceremonial and public duties.

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Dear Mr O'Keefe, The FOI Act applies to documents in possession of a Government agency or department - unfortunately, none of the below requested info...
I apologise Mr Kavanagh, I found this morning that this bounced back yesterday.   Please find attached again.   regards     [1]cid:image...
Dear Mr Megalfar, Please find attached the response to your FOI request of 17 March 2015. Regards Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-G...
In my opinion, FOI shouldn't be about asking for documents, it should be about the release of information. I wonder if Paul has got the answers to his...
Dear Mr Dunbar With reference to your FOI request I wonder whether it has been incorrectly directed to the Office of the Official Secretary to the Gov...
Dear Mr Hinds   The incorrect letter was inadvertently sent to you on 17 January.  Please find attached the decision letter for your FOI request d...
Dear Mr Housen   I refer to your email of 24 November 2013 in which you make a request under the Commonwealth Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI...
Dear Mr Laughton,   As outlined in my email to you of April 10, please find attached the Office’s response to your request for internal review.  ...
A request for a review of the denial for Nomination documents for Terry Romaro's Order of Australia Medal has been made to the Office of the Australian...
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