This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Business case and pilot for data matching'.

If not delivered return to PO Box 7820 Canberra BC ACT 2610 
25 May 2017 
Our reference:  LEX 29683 
Mr Justin Warren  
By email:  
Dear Mr Warren,  
Internal Review Acknowledgement of your Freedom of Information Request  
I refer to your request for internal review of the Freedom of Information (FOI) decision made by 
Jonathon, dated 8 May 2017. The decision was a reconsideration of charges decision. The 
reference for your original request is LEX 25282. The reference for this internal review is LEX 
Decision on internal review 
Your request for an internal review of the decision for LEX 25282 was received by the department 
on 14 May 2017 and the 30 day statutory period for processing your request commenced from the 
day after that date. You should therefore expect a decision from us by 13 June 2017.  
In accordance with section 54C of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act), a person 
(other than the person who made the original decision) will be the decision maker for this internal 
Your Address 
The FOI Act requires that you provide us with an address which we can send notices to. You have 
advised your electronic address is We will send all 
notices and correspondence to this address. Please advise us as soon as possible if you wish 
correspondence to be sent to another address or if your address changes. If you do not advise us of 
changes to your address, correspondence and notices will continue to be sent to the address 
specified above. 
Disclosure Log 
Please note that information released under FOI Act may be published in a disclosure log on the 
department's website. Section 11C of the FOI Act requires this publication, however it is subject to 
certain exceptions, including where publication of personal, business, professional or commercial 
information would be unreasonable. 
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Exclusion of junior department employee details 
The department is working towards ensuring that all employees have a choice about whether they 
provide their full name, personal logon identifiers and direct contact details in response to public 
enquiries. Where such details are included in the scope of a request, this may add to processing 
time and applicable charges as it may be necessary to consider whether the details are exempt 
under the FOI Act. On this basis, unless you tell us otherwise, we will assume that these details are 
out of scope of your request and they will be redacted under section 22 of the FOI Act. 
Further assistance 
If you have any questions please email 
Yours sincerely 
Authorised FOI Decision-Maker 
Freedom of Information Team 
FOI and Litigation Branch | Legal Services Division  
Department of Human Services 
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