Privacy impact assessments
We publish a register of all Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) we conduct.
A PIA is a systematic assessment of a project’s impact on the privacy of individuals and identifies steps for minimising that impact. PIAs are compulsory for projects with a new or changed way of handling personal information that is likely to have a significant impact on the privacy of individuals.
The table below is a register of all PIAs conducted since 1 July 2018 by the department and the following portfolio agencies and offices:
- Chief Scientist
- Chief Metrologist and National Measurement Institute
- Anti-Dumping Commissioner and Commission
- Anti-Dumping Review Panel
- National Offshore Petroleum Titles Administrator
- Innovation and Science Australia and associated committees
- Australian Industry Participation Authority
- Australian Space Agency.
|Date PIA finalised||Responsible Agency||Description of project|
|31 October 2017||Department of Industry Innovation and Science||Provision of Payroll and Contact Centre Shared Services relating to ongoing management and protection of sensitive data for Department of Communication and the Arts|
|15 February 2018||Department of Industry Innovation and Science||TechOne related Shared Services for Department of Industry, Innovation and Science|
|23 August 2018||Department of Industry Innovation and Science||Provision of Payroll and Contact Centre Shared Services relating to ongoing management and protection of sensitive data for Australian Institute of Family Studies|
|6 November 2020||Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources||Assessment of the privacy impacts of the Payment Times Reporting Bill 2020 which received Royal Assent as the Payment Times Reporting Act 2020 commencing on 1 January 2021|
Last updated: 23 February 2021
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