Information Awareness Month (IAM) 2016

Information Awareness Month (IAM) is a collaborative annual event which runs from the 1 May to 31 May and brings together various bodies from the data management, archives, records, knowledge and library communities. It is celebrated around Australia and runs for the month of May.

IPC delivers annual report 2014 - 2015 to NSW Parliament

The IPC has released the 2014 – 2015 annual report which documents our many achievements and also our challenges during the reporting period, as well as outlining our directions for the coming year.

During the reporting period, we had some major success including

NSW Information Commissioner asks agencies to switch on Open Government during Right to Know Week (28 Sept to 4 Oct 2015)

To celebrate Right to Know Week 2015 the NSW Information Commissioner Elizabeth Tydd is leading a proactive campaign to encourage public sector agencies, universities and regional councils to champion open government and spread the message of proactive release of information to their stakeholders

Feedback and complaints about us

We welcome input and feedback from the public, community organisations and government agencies regarding our services and publications.

Information we hold

We hold a range of information including:

Information we hold

We hold a range of information including:

How we engage with the public and our stakeholders

Public participation

We are committed to promoting public participation and to establishing arrangements that support members of the public to participate in the formulation of our policies and in the exercise of our functions.

Organisational structure

We are a separate agency under Schedule 1 of the Government Sector Employment Act 2013 (GSE Act) and the Information Commissioner is appointed as agency head and is responsible to the relevant Minister.


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