|Information Publication Scheme - Agency Plan|
The National Capital Authority is a prescribed authority for the purposes of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act) and is required to comply with the Information Publication Scheme (IPS) requirements. The NCA fosters a culture within the agency in which appropriate disclosure of its information is embraced. This is in recognition that public sector information is a national resource managed for public purposes.
The purpose of this Agency Plan is to:
The objectives of the NCA are to ensure that it:
Establishing and administering the NCA's IPS
The NCA project team associated with the implementation of the IPS consisted of members of the Corporate and IT Services Units under the direction of the Chief Executive. The Project Team was responsible for ensuring that all the requirements of the FOI Act were complied with in regard to the implementation of the IPS on the NCA website.
The NCA's website has been reviewed and updated to incorporate new sections dedicated to the IPS, Freedom of Information, Freedom of Information Disclosure Log and Privacy. Ongoing improvements will be implemented as they are identified.
The NCA's ongoing compliance with the IPS will be monitoring jointly by the Director Corporate and the Chief Finance Officer.
Information required to be published under the IPS
The NCA will publish the following information:
The NCA will also publish a disclosure log on it's website listing information that has been released in response to FOI access requests for documents held by the NCA. In accordance with the FOI Act, this information will be published on the website within ten working days of giving the FOI applicant access to the documents.
IPS Information Architecture
To ensure that the NCA's information is easy to find, understandable and recoverable, the NCA will:
IPS Compliance Review
The NCA will review this agency plan and its IPS procedures at least annually as part of its strategic planning processes.
|Last Updated on Friday, 29 April 2011 13:50|