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Freedom of Information Disclosure Log

The Government has implemented disclosure logs for all state government agencies to enable information that may be of interest to the public to be readily identified and accessed by the community at large. This supports transparency and accountability of the Government.

The policy governing disclosure logs requires agencies to publish on its website a list detailing information that has been released by the agency under the FOI Act in response to an FOI request received after 1 October 2017.

Agencies are required to make available on their websites information and documents that have already been disclosed to an FOI applicant that:

  • are not related to the personal affairs of an individual; and
  • could not be claimed as exempt documents/material pursuant to Schedule 1 of the FOI Act, when being publicly released; and
  • could not be considered defamatory or a breach of confidentiality or reasonably be anticipated to cause harm to a person.

In some cases, the documents may be too large to upload online. In these cases, a copy of the determination may be available by contacting the agency FOI officer directly.

Other information released proactively by the department can be found on the Open Government page.

Department

Department

Date of determination
Reference number
Application summary
Copy of document
21/11/2017
DCSI/17/22432
The minutes of all South Australian Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission meetings in the years 2014 - 2017 (up until 11 October 2017 - date FOI application was received)
22/11/2017
DCSI/17/22450
All receipts for travel and reimbursements by the chair and board members of the South Australian Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission for the years 2014 - 2017 (up until 11 October 2017 - the date the FOI application was received).
03/01/2018
DCSI/17/24939
Photographs of the damage from the five houses with the highest damage bill in the metro area (i.e. Modbury, Royal Park, Park Holme, Campbelltown and Kilburn) as well as the five houses with the highest damage bill in regional areas (i.e. Thevenard, Whyalla Stuart, Mount Gambier, Ceduna and Port August West). Timeframe: 2016/17 financial year.
16/01/2018
DCSI/17/22806

1. Key documents which outline the investigation, allegation and findings of incidents at the Adelaide Youth Training Centre (AYTC) in which it was determined or alleged that policy and/or legislation had been breached with regard to behaviour management practices.

2.  Communication/reports from the Guardian regarding formal/informal visits to the AYTC in relation to concerns or areas for improvement identified by the Guardian, or where concerns and views of detainees have been communicated.

Timeframe: 1/10/2014 to 24/10/2017

09/02/2018
DCSI/18/01054
For the financial years 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17, the number of properties subject to rental control under the Housing Improvement Act, and how many of these properties have had the order revoked (prior to 8th September 2017).
10/05/2018
DCSI/18/06035
A report breaking down the cost of each of the top 10 substantiated claims into types of damage to public housing properties;
10 photos for each of the top 10 substantiated claims of damage.
Location – Greater Adelaide Area
16/05/2018
DCSI/17/26438
The number of properties administered under the South Australian Housing Trust that are currently vacant;
The suburb where each of these vacant properties is located; and
The date each property became vacant.
29/05/2018
DCSI/18/06016

Number and length of time public housing properties remained vacant by postcode?

Address of top 5 longest vacancies excluding those decommissioned?

Incidents of Client Fraud involving public housing tenants. Timeframe: Since 1 January, 2017

19/06/2018
DHS/18/04033
Since 17 March 2018, copies of any and all documents (including but not limited to physical, electronic or written briefs, minutes, emails, and any other documents) which lists or provides the name and position title of all senior Human Resources staff within the agency.
19/06/2018
DHS/18/03883
Since 17 March 2018, copies of any and all documents (including but not limited to physical, electronic, or written briefs, minutes, emails, diary entries and any other correspondence) which lists all departmental staff who have been allocated as the primary contact for the Minister or the Minister's staff or the Minister's office.

Hon Michelle Lensink MLC

Hon Michelle Lensink MLC

    Minister for Human Services
Date of determination
Reference number
Application summary
Copy of document

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