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The Australian Government has made changes to functions overseen by the Attorney-General's Department and Department of Home Affairs. These changes involve the transfers of:

  • identity and biometrics functions into the Attorney-General's Department
  • protective security policy and government and major event security functions to the Department of Home Affairs.

Privacy Impact Assessment Register

Under the Australian Government Agencies Privacy Code 2017, all agencies must conduct a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) for all high privacy-risk projects.

The PIA Register records details of PIAs we have conducted since 1 July 2018. You can request a copy of a PIA by making a Freedom of Information request.

Date of completion Title of PIA
October 2022 Child Safety Research Agenda model and principles consultation
October 2022 Resource Management Tool Implementation
September 2022 National principles to Address Coercive Control
June 2022 International Production Order Technical Solution
August 2021 Legal System Branch
September 2021 Citizen Space – public consultation process
March 2021 Departmental Security – Staff photo usage
February 2021 National Register of Enduring Powers of Attorney
February 2021 Australian Government Legal Advice Database
December 2020 Learning Management System – ALEX
May 2020 Assessing the privacy risks of increased remote working arrangements
May 2019 National Elder Abuse Prevalence Study
April 2018 Crimes Legislation Amendment (Powers, Offences and Other Measures) Bill – Fraud Information Sharing Amendments – Privacy Impact Assessment
December 2018 Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Act 2018

Last updated: 19 April 2023