New South Wales Government Family & Community Services - Aboriginal Housing Office

GIPA

The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA) is designed to promote fair, transparent and open government.

Requests to access information held by the Aboriginal Housing Office (AHO) can be made by any member of the public, or a client of the AHO seeking details relating to a service they have received.

Only information of a non-personal nature can be disclosed, and fees and charges will be applicable.

Informal Request for Information Form (PDF)
Apply for an informal release of information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA), such as: Copies of your correspondence with AHO. Information from the AHO website. Information that has been made publicly available in the past.
Formal Request for Information Form (PDF)
A request for information held by the AHO can be made by any member of the public, or a client of the AHO seeking details relating to a service they have received - $30 application fee applies.
Internal Review Application Form (PDF)
An internal review may be sought within 20 working days of a notice of decision - $40 application fee applies.

Need help?

Refer to guidance on Accessing AHO information.

QuoteGIPA grants a legal right of access to information held by the NSW Government and its agencies. In order to gain access to information held by the AHO, you must apply either formally or informally.Quote-end

 

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