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Information governance for the information age: OAIC Corporate Plan released

We have released our Corporate Plan for 2017–18, which outlines our priorities and key success factors.

‘We are operating in an unprecedented period of data innovation — with new products and services transforming lives and ways of doing business and interacting with government agencies,’ said Timothy Pilgrim, Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner.

‘Our Corporate Plan outlines how the OAIC will respond to the continued increase in community and commercial interest in privacy and information access in the information age.’

The implementation of the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme, the Australian Public Service Privacy Governance Code, the General Data Protection Regulation requirements and the review of the Credit Reporting Code will be key priorities for the OAIC’s privacy role in 2018.

In FOI, the OAIC will also publish a regulatory action policy, and deliver more tools and guidance for Australian Government agencies on compliance with the Freedom of Information Act 1982.

Visit Corporate Plan 2017–18.