The Community Services Directorate Disclosure Log provides details relating to requests for access to information held by the Directorate. Requests are made under the ACT Freedom of Information Act 2016 (the Act).
The Disclosure Log provides links to access applications, decision notices and documents released to the applicant. Information is published on the disclosure log not earlier than three working days and not later than ten working days after the day the decision notice is given to the applicant.
Please note access applications for personal information are NOT included in the disclosure log.
The Act can be viewed on the ACT Legislation register
|Reference No.||Date of Application||Details of Application||Decision and Decision Date||Fees/Time Spent on Application||Details of reviews by Ombudsman/ACAT||Decision notice & information given (including additional information given by Ombudsman/ACAT)|
|CSD 18/4||11-Jan-18||All documents created in the reporting, investigating and disciplinary action taken in relation to sexual harassment complaints made against senior executive service officials employed in the ACT Community Services Directorate. I seek these documents created within the period beginning January 1 2015 and ending January 11 2018'.||No documents found
|No fees charged; 18 days||
|CSD 18/8||25-Jan-18||Any advice, either internal or sent to the relevant minister, concerning the decision to close the Symonston respite facility operated by Disability ACT (near the Mugga Lane tip) produced since 1 January 2013. Please redact any personal information contained within these documents as necessary.||Partial access given
|No fees charged; 39 days. Consultation conducted and Applicant agreed extension.; Completed within statutory time frame.||
|CSD 18/6||24-Jan-18||I seek all documents created in the reporting, investigating and/or disciplinary action taken in relation to sexual harassment complaints made against any employee of the ACT Community Services Directorate. I seek these documents created within the period beginning January 1, 2014 and ending January 11, 2018.||Partial access given
|No fees applicable; 36 days to process, applicant agreed to extension; Completed within statutory time frame.||
|CYF 18/35||25-Jan-18||I seek the report created by the Child and Youth Protection Service Case Analysis Team which was developed in response to the Glanfield Inquiry||Partial access
|No fees charged; 40 days||
|HACT 18/41||02-Feb-18||Material relating to the Housing and Homelessness Summit dated 17 October 2017||Partial access granted
|Fees and charges not applicable ; 46 days (Applicant agreed to an extension); Completed within statutory time frame||
The decision on an access application is a reviewable decision as identified in Schedule 3 of the Act. An applicant has the right to seek review by the Ombudsman under section 73 of the Act within 20 working days from the day the decision is published on the disclosure log, or a longer period determined by the Ombudsman. For more information visit http://ombudsman.act.gov.au/Freedom-of-Information.
Applicants wishing to request a review of the decision on access may write to the Ombudsman at:
The ACT Ombudsman
GPO Box 442
Canberra ACT 2601
Or via email: email@example.com
ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal (ACAT) Review
Under section 84 of the Act, if a decision is made on an Ombudsman review the applicant may apply to the ACAT for a review of the Ombudsman decision. Further information is available from the ACAT.