- About us
- Strategic Plan
- Organisational chart
- Senior management team
- Accountability and Performance Improvement Framework
- Freedom of Information and privacy
Freedom of Information and privacy
The Information Act combines Freedom of Information, privacy and records management legislation.
Freedom of Information gives individuals the right to apply for access to government information, and the right to apply to correct personal information held by public sector organisations.
Privacy controls how government collects, manages, uses and discloses personal information. The Information Act contains 10 Information Privacy Principles that bind public sector organisations.
Records management provides a legal framework for continuing improvements to the way that government activities are recorded and the way that government records are managed.