Information Publication Scheme logoThe Freedom of Information Act 1982 establishes an Information Publication Scheme for Australian Government agencies. The IPS requires agencies to publish a broad range of information on their websites.

Each agency must publish an agency plan and certain other required information. Agencies may also publish other information under the scheme.

Information Publication Scheme agency plan 

The IPS requires each agency to prepare and publish a plan showing what information the agency proposes to publish for the purposes of the IPS, how and to whom the agency proposes to publish that information and how the agency otherwise proposes to comply with the IPS.

Information the AAT must publish

The IPS also requires each agency to publish certain other kinds of information. Below are links to the information the AAT must publish:

Optional information

Agencies can also publish other information under the IPS. The AAT also publishes the information below on its website: