Right To Know is now in the ACT

Photo of a person browsing books in the National Library

In the library by Owen Thomas

Right To Know, our Freedom of Information project, already makes requesting information under FOI super easy. So far you’ve only been able to request information from the Federal Government but now you’re also able to request information from the ACT Government using Right to Know.

This change is great for people who are interested in the goings on of our nation’s capital, and we hope it will bring enhanced transparency to the ACT Government. You can help open the ACT Government by making a request today.

We’ve added as many authorities as we could find and we think we’ve got them all. That said, if you think we are missing an authority, get in touch and we can add it for you.

There’s already been a couple of successful requests by our early testers and they’ve said the process was great, “The ACT really seem to have the right idea when it comes to FOI. Easy, quick and efficient with no cost“. Thanks to the people in the ACT Government for making this so – we hope this trend continues for all your future requests.

This is our first step in rolling out Right to Know across the entire country, and we would really love your feedback. You can always get in touch with us via email or on Twitter (@RightToKnowAu), and you can also submit any problems directly into our issue tracker.

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