Information Publication Scheme
An Information Publication Scheme (IPS) has been established under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act).
The FOI Act requires agencies from 1 May 2011 to publish
- specified information on agency operations under the IPS
- information accessed in response to FOI applications in a disclosure log.
The FOI Act also encourages proactive publication of information held by an agency.
The Inspector-General of Taxation (IGT) provides the following information in accordance with the IPS and will continue to identify and publish information accessible through this website.
IGT's agency plan to implement the IPS
Who we are
What we do
Our reports and responses to Parliament
The Government requires information to be released to the public. The information includes current and previous:
Reports to Parliament
The Inspector-General of Taxation (IGT) conducts reviews on behalf of the Government. Following completion of a review, the IGT provides a report to the Minister which is subsequently tabled before the Parliament. Completed reviews are listed on the Reports of Reviews page.
Information routinely provided to Parliament
Routinely requested information and disclosure log
To date, IGT has not received a valid request for particular information.
From 1 May 2011 IGT will publish a disclosure log of information to which IGT has provided access under the FOI Act.
Operational and other information
IGT Chief Executive Instructions [PDF 1.6MB]
IGT invites comment on IPS
Comments or complaints regarding IGT's IPS information holdings and whether they are easily discoverable, understandable and machine-readable can be provided to the FOI contact below. IGT will arrange to make documents available in alternative forms upon request where possible.
Telephone: (02) 8239 2111