The GIPA Act 2009 requires NSW government agencies to make certain types of government information publicly available, unless there is an overriding public interest against disclosure. This information is called "open access information".
Section 18 of the GIPA Act and section 5(2) of the GIPA Regulation identifies ten types of open access information that government agencies are required to make available to the public. Click on the following links to access the NSW Treasury's open access information.
Agency Information Guide
Register of Government Contracts
Documents Tabled in Parliament
Record of Open Access Information Not Publicly Available
Major Assets List
Property Disposal List
Guarantee of Service
Code of Conduct
Our Agency Information Guide describes:
Our Policy Documents guide our decisions, actions, and procedures in fulfilling our public functions.
Our Disclosure Log lists formal access applications under the GIPA Act 2009 where:
Our Disclosure Log records:
We must record and publish certain information about contracts entered into with private sector organisations that have a contract value of $150,000 or more. We upload all relevant contract details on to the Contract Notices section of the NSW eTendering website. To search for our contract details click on NSW eTendering site.
For documents tabled in Parliament about the NSW Treasury (other than documents tabled in response to a parliamentary order), please go to the NSW Parliamentary website. The following link below will take you to the list of the Treasury Annual Reports that have been tabled in Parliament Annual Reports.
For our record of open access information that we do not make publicly available on the basis of an overriding public interest against disclosure, go to Record of Open Access Information Not Publicly Available.
For a list of our major assets (other than land holdings), go to the recent copy of our Annual Report.
For a list of the properties that we disposed of in last financial year, go to the recent copy of our Annual Report.
Go to the recent copy of our Guarantee of Service).
Go to the most recent copy of our Code of Conduct.
Mandatory open access to government information under the GIPA Act 2009:
All open access information is available free of charge on an agency’s website. If this imposes an unreasonable cost on the agency, the agency can charge a fee but it must provide an alternative method of access that is free of charge. In other words, we will only charge you a fee to access open access information when the open access information is available for free in at least one other form.
Yes. In some circumstances, we may partially or fully withhold open access information because, on balance, it would be contrary to the public interest to make the information openly accessible. If we withhold open access information for this reason, we make it known on our website in our Record of Open Access Information Not Publicly Available.
Browsing or searching our website is the most effective means of finding open access information. In addition to the links on this page, you can go to Treasury Publications.
If you believe some open access information is not being made available on our website, contact the Right to Information & Privacy Coordinator by calling 9228 4611 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.