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The NSW Information Commissioner today issued the Information Access Guideline 7: Open Data...


The IPC launches today on-line Information Governance Agency Self-assessment Tools for all agencies within New South Wales...

Self-assessment tool

The NSW Privacy Commissioner, Ms Samantha Gavel, officially launched Privacy Awareness Week NSW 13 to 19 May today.

PAW 2019

The Information and Privacy Commission (IPC) is celebrating and supporting National Youth Week, a NSW Government initiative, 10 - 18 April 2019.

NSW Information Commissioner and Open Data Advocate leads state and territory commitment on Open Government information access initiatives

To assist NSW public sector agencies, we launched a web resource in August 2018 to support NSW’s voluntary data breach reporting scheme.

Information and Privacy Commission (IPC) CEO, NSW Information Commissioner and Open Data Advocate Elizabeth Tydd released the IPC’s Annual Report 2017/18 today, which also contains a report on the work of the Privacy Commissioner, Samantha Gavel for the same period.

The IPC is launching its latest e-learning offering during Right to Know Week NSW with the Towards Open Government Information (TOGI) course – the first comprehensive guidance to NSW Public Sector employees, bringing together information management responsibilities in one single training package. As part of a virtual event, more than 10 public sector agencies and up to 100 agency employees will complete the course during Right to Know Week NSW 24 to 30 September, wearing their Right to Know Week T-Shirt.

In an IPC first, the Information Commissioner will bring the Right to Know message direct to NSW citizens during Right to Know Week NSW