What is the Information Publication Scheme?

The FOI Act establishes the Information Publication Scheme ( IPS ), which requires Australian Government agencies to publish a broad range of information on their websites. We have listed available information below by topic, as described in the FOI Act.

ABCC Agency Plan

The ABCC Agency Plan describes how the ABCC proposes to implement and administer the IPS.

Information Publication Scheme—Download the ABCC Agency Plan (Word –  93K) | (PDF - 191K)

The ABCC has also published a Web Accessibility Action Plan (Word - 161 K) | PDF - 220 K). This Web Accessibility Action Plan states the ABCC's effort to meet requirements of the DD Act and to be in line with the Australian Government's Web Accessibility National Transition Strategy.

The ABCC as an agency

The ABCC is a Commonwealth agency that aims to provide an improved workplace relations framework to ensure that building work is carried out fairly, efficiently and productively. We ensure building industry participants comply with designated building laws and the Code.

You can read more about our role in Our Corporate Plan and Who we are.

The ABCC has published information throughout this website about its functions and powers, and to explain the rights and responsibilities of building industry participants. Key information can be found via the links below:

Reports and responses to parliament

The ABCC provides Annual Reports to the Parliament each financial year.

Information that is routinely provided to the Parliament in response to requests and Parliamentary orders can be accessed in our Access to information section. This information includes the Contract listing and File listing. Our Portfolio Budget Statements are available from the Attorney-General's Department webpage.

Routinely requested information and disclosure log

You can access routinely requested information through our Disclosure Log page.

Other information

The IPS, under s 8(4) of the FOI Act, allows an agency to consider publishing other information in its holding. No other information has been published.

Contact us for more information or to give us feedback

For further information regarding access to ABCC documents under the FOI Act, please contact the ABCC by email at foi@abcc.gov.au.

For any feedback regarding our IPS documents, please use our online enquiry form. Please use this form to alert us of any accessibility issues with documents including if they are not discoverable, understandable or machine-readable.