Disclosure log - released information
Our disclosure log provides details about applications received and, where possible, a link to documents that have been released, under the Right to Information Act 2009 (the RTI Act).
We progressively publish documents released under the RTI Act on this disclosure log. Some or all of the documents within an application may be fully released, partially released or not released as part of the original or disclosure log decision making process. Under the RTI Act, information must be deleted from any document including an individual’s name, if the publication:
- is prevented by law
- would be defamatory
- would unreasonably invade a person's privacy
- is confidential communication by a person other than the agency
- is protected under contract, or
- would cause substantial harm to an entity.
The documents published in the disclosure log are available in PDF. If you are unable to access or read PDF documents, please email email@example.com.
If applicants don’t access documents within the access period (40 business days), the details of the documents and how to access them will be included on the disclosure log.
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Access recently released documents from previous seven years.
For information that has been released earlier, please visit previously released information.
* Documents marked with asterisk exceed the recommended file size limit for publishing PDF documents. Please contact the department by email or telephone to receive the document in an alternative format free of charge.
The disclosure log will be updated as applications are received and after documents are released under the Right to Information process.
Our disclosure log is managed in accordance with sections 78, 78A and 78B of the RTI Act and in conjunction with the Ministerial Guidelines: Operation of Publication Schemes and Disclosure Logs.
Documents that are not attached to the relevant application entry are not included for one of the following reasons:
- no documents were released
- publication would unreasonably invade an individual’s privacy
- information is of a confidential nature was communicated in confidence or protected from disclosure under a contract or would allow such information to be ascertained
- publication may be defamatory
- publication would unreasonably cause substantial harm to an entity
- publication is prevented by law
- documents exceed the recommended file size limit for publishing pdf documents. please contact the right to information team to request a copy of the documents free of charge.
If you have any questions about the disclosure log, please contact the Right to Information team on (07) 3452 6949 or email RTI@dsdmip.qld.gov.au.
Last updated: Thursday, May 6, 2021