RTI Disclosure Log – July 2019 to current

The Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) (RTI Act) gives the public a right to access government held information. All valid Right to Information (RTI) applications received by Queensland Treasury will be published on the disclosure log.

How does Queensland Treasury manage their Disclosure Log?

Information will be published on the disclosure log in three stages:

Stage one:

As soon as practical following receipt of a valid RTI application, Queensland Treasury will publish:

  • The date the application was made; and
  • A description of the information requested.

The status field of the disclosure log will contain the words “application being processed”.

Stage two:

Queensland Treasury will wait until the applicant accesses the information and all appeal rights have expired before publishing the information in stage three. However, we will provide a status update to help the public track the application.

Stage three:

Once the applicant has accessed the information and all appeal rights have expired, Queensland Treasury will publish the following information:

  • The name of the applicant (provided publication does not infringe privacy); and
  • The name of any entity seeking to use or benefit from the information (provided publication does not infringe privacy); and
  • A link to a copy of the documents released (if appropriate).

The RTI Act prevents Queensland Treasury from publishing some information. Where this has occurred, a black box will be placed over the information and list the relevant section of the legislation relied on to remove the information.

It will look like this:

Use the table below to identify why the information has been removed:

RTI Act section Reason for removal
s. 78B(2)(a) Publication of the information is prevented by law
s. 78B(2)(b) Publication of the information is prevented as it may be defamatory
s. 78B(2)(c) Publication of the information would unreasonably invade an individual’s privacy
s. 78B(2)(d) Publication of the information would reveal confidential information
s. 78B(2)(e) Publication of the information would cause substantial harm to an entity

 

If the applicant does not access the document within the access period, then details of the documents and information about how you can access this information will be included in the disclosure log.

Links to documents older than 6 months old will be removed from the disclosure log however, access to the information can still be obtained by emailing rtiadmin@treasury.qld.gov.au or calling (07) 3035 1863.

Our search tool allows you to search disclosure log entries from 1 July 2019. To access documents prior to this date, please email rtiadmin@treasury.qld.gov.au or phone (07) 3035 1863.

  • Date: 30 / 09 / 2020
  • Ref: ARU0001157
  • Applicant: Jirsch Sutherland
  • Others:
  • Information requested: Documents held with the Office of State Revenue regarding a company in liquidation.
  • Status: Application finalised. Publication of documents prohibited by the Taxation Administration Act 2001.
  • Date: 30 / 09 / 2020
  • Ref: ARU0001158
  • Applicant: N/A
  • Others: N/A
  • Information requested: Copies of any guidelines, policies, procedures, or factsheets that applied during 2006 ? 2008 (inclusive), that related to the imposition of rehabilitation or environmental securities, including documents relating to: the decision to impose a security requirement; the decision or preference on security type; calculating or determining the security amount; whether the security was subject to review (and in what circumstances/frequency); and any environmental rehabilitation securities options papers or reports that were prepared by the department in considering environmental rehabilitation securities reform.
  • Status: Application finalised.  No documents located.
  • Date: 10 / 09 / 2020
  • Ref: ARU0001155
  • Applicant: Name withheld – publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy
  • Others: Seven Network
  • Information requested: Records, reports, audits, reviews, correspondence, ministerial briefing notes and attachments, relating to: the recovery of overdue fines and the techniques used by SPER in the process of debt recovery; how much is owed in unpaid fines; how much was paid back via the debt recovery process; a breakdown of how the fines were paid back via the debt recovery process e.g. bank or wage garnishee, property seizure order, wheel clamps, examination summons and charge on land for property; any related AV material including video footage and photos for debt recovery methods such as wheel clamping; and a postcode breakdown of unpaid fines.Timeframe: 1 July 2019 ? 30 June 2020.
  • Status: Application finalised. Relevant documents released.
  • Date: 12 / 08 / 2020
  • Ref: ARU0001151
  • Applicant: Chifley Advisory
  • Others:
  • Information requested: Documents held with the Office of State Revenue regarding a company in liquidation.
  • Status: Application finalised. Publication of documents prohibited by the Taxation Administration Act 2001.
  • Date: 20 / 07 / 2020
  • Ref: ARU0001147
  • Applicant: Name withheld - publication of applicant's name would invade their privacy
  • Others: Australian Conservation Foundation
  • Information requested: Any briefing notes, memorandums or correspondence regarding the Royalties Deferral and Repayment Agreement sent to/from the Treasurer or Under Treasurer. Date range: 10 May 2020 to 20 July 2020
  • Status: Application finalised. Relevant documents released.
  • Date: 20 / 07 / 2020
  • Ref: ARU0001148
  • Applicant: Name withheld - publication of applicant's name would invade their privacy
  • Others: Australian Conservation Foundation
  • Information requested: Application made to the Office of the Treasurer and Minister for Infrastructure and PlanningAny correspondence regarding the Royalties Deferral and Repayment Agreement. Date range: 10 May 2020 to 20 July 2020
  • Status: Application finalised. Relevant documents released.
  • Date: 16 / 07 / 2020
  • Ref: ARU0001146
  • Applicant: Name withheld - publication of applicant's name would invade their privacy
  • Others: Seven Network
  • Information requested: 1. The overall amount currently owing to SPER, the number of SPER debtors and a breakdown of the fines they relate to (this would include the individual breakdown of the types of fines, the number of those and amounts owing for each). 2. Access to information concerning the top 5 SPER debtors ? including the number of fines owed, the amount owing, their postcode. Date range: 1 March 2020 to 16 July 2020
  • Status: Application finalised. Relevant documents released.
  • Date: 09 / 07 / 2020
  • Ref: ARU0001144
  • Applicant:
  • Others: N/A
  • Information requested: Total billings to Queensland Treasury with regards to work performed in relation to an investigation. Timeframe: October 2018 - present
  • Status: Application finalised. No documents located.
  • Date: 28 / 06 / 2020
  • Ref: ARU0001142
  • Applicant:
  • Others: N/A
  • Information requested: The aggregated data of the number of JobKeeper recipients in Queensland, and any additional information available on the firms accessing this payment; suburb and/or postcode and/or local government area and/or electorate and/or relevant statistical area. Date range: 1 March 2020 to 28 June 2020
  • Status: Application withdrawn.
Last updated: 10 February 2021