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Department of Premier and Cabinet

Right to Information

The Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPAC) makes information available about our programs, policies and services to help the public understand what we do. We also regularly publish information on our decisions, finances and corporate structure to show how the Department works.

The Right to Information Act 2009 provides for greater access to information held by government bodies by encouraging the regular disclosure of information.

What is Right to Information?
Learn about the RTI approach and what it means for access to information.
Routine Disclosure Policy
This policy details information we routinely make available to the public.
Disclosure log
The disclosure log contains information requested and released through the Right to Information process
How to make an RTI application
Before making an application, check to see if the information is already available.

Contact Details

If you are having difficulty finding information on the DPAC website, please email

For more information about the Right to Information Act, and how it applies to DPAC, please write to:

Right to Information
Department of Premier and Cabinet 
GPO Box 123
Hobart 7001

Alternatively, you can email