Public Interest Disclosure
The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2018 (PID Act) creates a new scheme from 1 July 2019 that:
- encourages and facilitates the appropriate disclosure of public interest information to certain people or authorities
- provides protections for those who make appropriate public interest disclosures
- sets out processes for dealing with disclosures
- ensures disclosures cannot be ignored.
Further information about the PID Act can be found at:
- Independent Commissioner Against Corruption / Office for Public Integrity website or
- the Commissioner for Public Sector Employment’s website.
Making a public interest disclosure
Appropriate public information disclosures raise potential issues of corruption, misconduct or maladministration in public administration.
If you wish to make a public interest disclosure, via the Department of Human Services, you can email one of our responsible officers who will treat your disclosure confidentiality and efficiently, and ensure it is investigated.
- Tony Allwood - Internal Audit Manager - Tony.Allwood@sa.gov.au
- Kim-Sherie Summers - Executive Director, People, Strategy and System Services - Kim-Sherie.Summers@sa.gov.au
- Andrew Thompson - Chief Financial Officer - Andrew.Thompson@sa.gov.au
- Nicole Deacon - Director, Human Resources, Wellbeing and Safety - Nicole.Deacon@sa.gov.au
- Nancy Rogers, Director, Office of the Chief Executive – Nancy.Rogers@sa.gov.au
- Stewart Dodd - Director Incident Management - Stewart.Dodd2@sa.gov.au
You can also email our secure and confidential general disclosure address: DHS_PID@sa.gov.au