Information Publication Scheme
The Information Publication Scheme (IPS) is established under the Freedom of Information Act 1982. The IPS aims to transform the freedom of information framework from one that responds to individual requests for access to documents to one that requires agencies to take a proactive approach to publishing information. You can find out more about the IPS on the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner website.
Under the IPS:
- Australian Government agencies are required to publish agency plans
- specific categories of information must be published
- agencies may proactively publish other government information.
The Australian Government National Skills Commissioner’s publication plan is available.
The National Skills Commissioner’s functions and powers
The National Skills Commissioner is appointed under the National Skills Commissioner Act 2020 (Cth) to help strengthen Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector and prepare Australians for the workforce opportunities of today and the future.
The National Skills Commissioner works with policy makers, influencers, educators and students in the VET sector to provide clear advice to government on pricing and emerging skills needs.
More information is available on the Commissioner’s website: www.nationalskillscommission.gov.au
Other information you can find on this website includes:
- a register of the Privacy Impact Assessments completed by the Commissioner since 13 October 2020
- the Commissioner’s operational information
- details of the Commissioner’s organisational structure.
- Annual Report of the National Skills Commissioner - Appendix F, Department of Education, Skills and Employment Annual Report 2020-21
Disclosure log and routinely requested information
- Disclosure log
Gifts and benefits register
- Gifts and benefits register