Right to Information

The objective of the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) (RTI Act) is to give access to public sector information unless it is, on balance, contrary to the public interest to do so. There are several ways to access information about us, as well as information released through Right to Information requests. Before making a request for a document, check to see if the information is available already. Search:

  • Our About Us page – which contains information about the QPC such as our Strategic Plan and Annual Report
  • Our Publications, Inquiries and Regulatory Review pages contain information and reports you may be looking for
  • Our Directions page – contains written directions to the QPC including terms of reference outlining the scope of the inquiry or work to be undertaken

If you cannot find what you are looking for, contact our office through enquiry@qpc.qld.gov.au or 3015 5111 who will tell you if the information is accessible through an administrative release process or if you need to make an RTI request to access it.

Disclosure Log

10 December 2018 RTI001 Letter of advice from the Office of Best Practice Regulation and associated correspondence regarding Fisheries (Vessel Tracking) Amendment Regulation 2018  

Decision has been published.

18 December 2018 RTI002 (a) Documents relating to the Queensland Sustainable Fisheries Strategy 2017-2027, for the period between 1 June 2016 and 17 December 2018. Decision has been published.
18 December 2018 RTI002 (b) Documents relating to the Queensland Sustainable Fisheries Strategy 2017-2027, for the period between 1 June 2016 and 17 December 2018. Decision has been published.
6 October 2020 RTI003 Details on the submission consideration process for the Fisheries Legislation Amendment Regulation 2020 (the amendment regulation). Seeking:
the Preliminary Impact Assessment
– advice, including emails, regarding impacts of the amendment regulation advice, including emails or letters, regarding whether further regulatory impact analysis of the amendment regulation was required, such as a regulatory impact statementJanuary 2018 to present
Decision has been published.

 

Document 1
Document 2
Document 3a
Document 3b
Document 4a
Document 4b
Document 5
Document 6
Document 7
Document 8

2 November 2020 RTI004 Information regarding the Queensland Sustainable Fisheries Strategy: 2017–2027 as it relates to the following questions:

Q1 Why was a regulatory impact statement (RIS) not undertaken under the sustainable fisheries reform process?

Q2 What modelling or data was the decision based on?

Q3 What was the rational and evidence used by the Queensland Productivity Commission to allow the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries to avoid the full roll out of a RIS?

Q4 Why will the QPC accept a post-implementation review in favour of a RIS?

Q5 What, if any, modelling was undertaken to determine the full supply chain implications of the fisheries reform process – by Fisheries Queensland?

QSIA is seeking under Queensland right to information rules any recorded information: printed documents, computer files. letters, emails, photographs, sound or video recordings.

1 June 2016 to 30 September 2020

Decision has been published.

Document 1
Document 2
Document 3
Document 4

Note: documents released under RTI001, RTI002 and RTI003 are also relevant to this information request (RTI004).