Information Publication Scheme
The Information Publication Scheme (IPS) aims to transform the freedom of information framework from one that responds to individual requests for access to documents to one that requires Australian Government agencies to take a proactive approach to publishing information. The scheme commenced on 1 May 2011.
- requires Australian Government agencies to publish information publication plans;
- specifies categories of information that must be published; and
- provides a means for agencies to proactively publish other government information.
Further information on the IPS is available from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) website.
Information published under the scheme
Information Publication Scheme (Agency plan)
The Institute has developed an Agency plan which outlines how we will meet the Information Publication Scheme requirements.
Who we are
What we do
Our reports and responses to Parliament
These are available on our Accountability and reporting page.
Routine requested information and disclosure log
AIFS will clearly identify any documents to which we give access in response to FOI requests in our disclosure log, published under s 11C of the FOI Act. This requires us to publish information contained in documents to which we have provided access under the FOI Act.
To access AIFS information or documents under the FOI Act please contact the FOI Contact Officer or phone on 03 9214 7888.
- Enterprise Agreement 2012
- Employment structure
- Salary scales
- Workplace Diversity Program 2013-15
- Agency multicultural plan for 2013-2015
Submissions made by AIFS to Parliamentary committees, the Productivity Commissioner, the Australian Law Reform Commission and other agencies.
While most of the works have been published by AIFS, some have been commissioned and/or published by others.
Monographs that are out-of-print are available through your library, the AIFS library or via an interlibrary loan.
If you wish to have access to any of the documents in the list below which are not available online, please contact us.
|AIFS annual reports||Prior to 1996|
(previously Newsletter of the Australian Institute of Family Studies)
|Prior to 1991|
The AIFS Library holds an extensive collection of books, reports and journals related to families, including copies of all our publications.
We participate in the Commonwealth Library Deposit and Free Issue Schemes (LDS) and contribute to the Pandora Archive.
If you need assistance because the document or information on this website is not available in a format you can access, please contact us for an alternative accessible format. Further information on accessibility.
We invite you to provide comments on our Information Publication Scheme entry, particularly in relation to any documents that appear not to be discoverable, understandable or machine-readable. See our Feedback and complaints page for information on contacting us.