Have your say - Privacy and Responsible Information Sharing

Comments were invited on the most appropriate arrangements for WA
Cover page of PRIS Consultation Summary Report

Consultation on a proposed legislative model for privacy and responsible information sharing in WA was open from 5 August to 1 November 2019. Find out what we heard during our consultation by reading the Privacy and Responsible Information Sharing Consultation Summary Report.

Thank you to all those who contributed via a formal submission, comments through our online portal, or attending an information session, roundtable or workshop. 

Your feedback will help us understand your thoughts on privacy protection and information sharing within the public sector and with authorised third parties.

Unless marked otherwise submissions have been treated as public documents and have been uploaded to this website. 

Please note, even if your submission was treated as confidential by the Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC), it may still be disclosed in accordance with the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act 1992 (WA), or any other applicable written law.

The DPC reserves the right to delete any content that could be regarded as racially vilifying, derogatory or defamatory to an individual or an organisation.

Public Written Submissions

The following public written submissions have been received in response to the call for submissions.

Australian National University's Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research
Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Western Australia
Community and Public Sector Union, Civil Service Association
Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation
Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
National Indigenous Australians Agency - Greater WA Regional
Office of the Western Australian Information Commissioner
Western Australian Network of Alcohol and Other Drug Agencies
West Australian Stolen Generations Aboriginal Corporation - Yokai
Women's Council for Family and Domestic Violence Services
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