Information not publicly available

The Department of Education provides information to the public about its policies and operations under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 also known as the GIPA Act.

Below is a record of information that isn't made available to the public because there is an overriding public interest against disclosure (OPIAD). This complies with s.6 and s.18 of the GIPA Act.

Information is not made publicly available because of one or more of the following reasons:

  • disclosing it would compromise the department's safety and security
  • it is held as commercial-in-confidence
  • other legal reasons.

If you have further queries please contact the area responsible or:

Information access unit
T 02 9561 8100
F 02 9561 1157
E iaunit@det.nsw.edu.au

Record of open access information not publicly available

TypeNameGeneral descriptionGeneral descriptionArea responsible
PolicyIncident Notification and Response Policy States the obligations of workplace managers to report incidents through appropriate channels. It defines “incident”, the requirement of employees and others in the workplace to report incidents, types of incidents that must be reported and reporting timeframes.Safety and security - GIPA Act s.14 Item 2 (a)-(e) - disclosure could reveal and compromise the incident reporting system, prejudicing safety and security of students, staff and property.Corporate Services – Health and Safety
PolicyEnterprise Data PolicyThe Department of Education implements data governance systems and processes to ensure that information is fit for purpose, secure, available, accessible and complies with applicable laws and regulationsResponsible and effective government - GIPA Act s.14 Item 1 (f) - disclosure could reveal the department's system for managing data which could prejudice the effective exercise of the department's functions.  Commercial in confidence - GIPA Act s.14 Item 4 (a), (c), (d) -
Disclosure could place department at a competitive disadvantage; diminish the competitive commercial value of information; prejudice the department's legitimate business, commercial, and financial interests.
Strategy and Evaluation – Centre for Statistics and Evaluation (CESE)
Policy Budget PolicyThe framework for the development and management of the department's budgetCommercial in confidence - GIPA Act s.14 Item 4 (a), (c), (d) -
disclosure could place department at a competitive disadvantage; diminish the competitive commercial value of information; prejudice the department's legitimate business, commercial, and financial interests; and
GIPA Act s.14 Item 1 (f) - disclosure could reveal the department's system for managing its budget which could prejudice the effective exercise of the department's functions.
Corporate Services - Finance
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