FOI disclosure log

Updated 6 Jan 2020
Date of publication Access application Information requestedDecision Information released Fees (paid or waived) Time (hours) spent on application Person(s) who may apply to the Ombudsman for review Review status
13 December 2019EACTFOI1All documents, correspondence, communications and all other material submitted by Mr Martin Damien Joseph Sullivan or any other person or organisation in relation to any matters [associated with the declaration vote] and the decision made by the ACT Electoral Commission on 20 July 2017 about Mr Sullivan - including the election vote in the 2017 ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Elected Body election, the challenge to Mr Sullivan, the Review Panel and the final decision.Decision noticeWaivedApprox 14hrsApplicantClosed
6 January 2020EACTFOI2The name and contact details of the FOI Requestor where [Mr Sullivan], as the third party, was subject to their FOI request in relation to a decision that was made involving [his] vote cast as part of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body (ATSIEB) election in 2017Decision noticeName and contact details of the relevant FOI requestorWaivedApprox 2 hoursN/AClosed

Application for review of decisions on access applications may be made in writing to the ACT Ombudsman. To do so, applicants or affected persons should write to the Ombudsman requesting a review:

Note: In most cases, you must apply for an Ombudsman review within 20 working days after the day that notice of the decision was published on the above disclosure log.

A further option for review of decisions on access applications may be available under the Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act 1989. Advice about pursuing this option may be obtained from a qualified legal practitioner