Posts Tagged ‘open government’

Q&A with Elizabeth Tydd on your Right to Know #RTK2017 September 28, 2017 No Comments

Today is Right to Know Day and State Archives and Records NSW is proud to be a Right to Know 2017 Champion! To celebrate Right to Know Week 2017 we interviewed Elizabeth Tydd to discuss this year’s theme: ‘Right to Information: Open and accountable government and the media’s role.’ Ms Tydd is the NSW Information Commissioner and […]

Readying for Release – open data initiatives November 14, 2016 No Comments

In the same week, the Productivity Commission released a draft report on Data Availability and Use and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet released Australia’s first Open Government National Action Plan for feedback. The release of these drafts is a timely reminder to reflect on our data management practices and how we are […]

Q&A with Elizabeth Tydd on access to government information #iam_2016 May 9, 2016 No Comments

To celebrate Information Awareness Month 2016 we are publishing a series of Q&As with colleagues who have an interest in good records and information management. This post features a Q&A with Elizabeth Tydd about access to government information. Ms Tydd is the NSW Information Commissioner. In this role Ms Tydd promotes public awareness and understanding […]