What is the FOI Act?
The FOI Act gives any person the right to:
- access copies of documents we hold, except for exempt documents
- ask for information we hold about you to be changed or annotated if it is incomplete, out of date, incorrect or misleading
- seek a review of any decisions about accessing or changing information.
You can ask to see any document or information that the ABCC holds, and you can also ask for changes to be made to information we have on file about you.
You can make an FOI request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The disclosure log lists information that has been released by the ABCC in response to FOI access request.
The FOI Act establishes the Information Publication Scheme that requires Australian Government agencies to publish a broad range of information on their websites.