Australian Government Information Policy

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has recently released an issues paper for comment, with a view to developing an Australian Government Information Policy.

The issues paper references a number of existing documents, including those listed below.

Comments about the issues paper can be made via the OAIC Blog

Draft Principles

  1. Open access to information – a default position
  2. Effective information governance
  3. Robust information asset management frameworks
  4. Findable information
  5. Sound decision-making processes
  6. Transparent complaints processes
  7. Open and accessible formats online
  8. Appropriate charging for access
  9. Clear reuse rights
  10. Engaging the community

External Links & References

  1. Issues Paper (Office of the Australian Information Commissioner)
  2. Comment to OAIC here - Council Innovation
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