Record of open access information not disclosed due to an overriding public interest against disclosure

Section 6(5) of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (the GIPA Act) requires an agency to keep a record of any open access information that it does not make publicly available on the basis of an overriding public interest against disclosure.

Section 6(2) of the GIPA Act provides that open access information is to be made publicly available free-of-charge on a website maintained by the agency and can be made publicly available in any other way that the agency considers appropriate.

Open access information includes information about an agency contained in any document tabled in Parliament by or on behalf of the agency. ICAC investigation reports are tabled in Parliament. Investigation reports tabled within the last 10 years are published on the ICAC's website. To obtain the ICAC's report or reports on investigations tabled more than 10 years ago, go to the relevant investigation summary on the Past Investigations Page of this website and click on the "Request the report" link.