FOI Disclosure Log
Publicly available information released following an FOI access request
The Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal is required by the Freedom of Information Act 1982 s 11C to publish a disclosure log on the Australian Public Service Commission's website. The disclosure log lists information which has been released in response to an FOI access request.
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The information described in this register has been released by the Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 and is available for public access.
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Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal
GPO Box 2761
CANBERRA ACT 2601
Telephone: (02) 6202 3788
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The applicant requested information relating to web browser and social media channel use by government agencies.
The request was not considered to be a viable request as it sought participation in a survey of social media use. Further reasons for the request not be considered as viable included the categories below.
The DFRT did not participate in the survey.
The applicant sought all documents related to the reasons for the Tribunal's decisions to cease the (daily rate) arduous conditions allowances in July 2013.
22 documents were identified in the Tribunal's records and released with information outside the scope of the request redacted.