Compliance with code and PID Act

Raising concerns about a public authority’s, or a PID Officer’s, compliance with the PID Act


Important: If reporting non-compliance with the PID Act by either a PID Officer or a public authority, you must be careful not to disclose information contained in your disclosure or reveal the identity of the subject of the disclosure. If you do, you may lose your immunity under the PID Act and you may incur a penalty.


If you have concerns about a public authority's:


PID Officer's compliance with the PID Officers Code of Conduct and Integrity , you may wish to report the matter to the public authority’s principal executive officer (CEO/DG). They have a role to ensure that their public authority complies with the code.


Compliance with the PID Act you may wish to report the matter to the public authority’s principal executive officer (CEO/DG). It is their job to ensure that the public authority complies with the PID Act.


The Public Sector Commissioner also has a role under the PID Act to monitor compliance with the PID Officers Code of Conduct and Integrity and public authorities’ compliance with the PID Act. 


For more information about Commissioner’s monitoring role contact PSC’s Advisory Line on 6552 8888.


Page last updated 13 September 2012