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The Information Commissioner

The Office of the Information Commissioner is an independent body which is responsible for oversight of Right to Information in Queensland.

The Information Commissioner has responsibility for:

  • conducting external reviews of RTI decisions of agencies and Ministers
  • monitoring and reporting on agencies’ compliance with the RTI Act and the Information Privacy Act 2009 Act 
  • publishing guidelines and advice for applying the legislation

The RTI Act 2009 also establishes a new Right to Information Commissioner as a deputy to the Information Commissioner, who may be delegated functions of the Information Commissioner under the RTI Act 2009.

For more information, visit the website of the Office of the Information Commissioner.

Last reviewed
1 September 2011
Last updated
4 December 2019

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