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Finding information about the Department

The Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPAC) makes information available about our programs, policies and services to help the public understand what we do. We also regularly publish information on our decisions, finances and corporate structure to show how the Department works.

The Right to Information Act 2009 provides for greater access to information held by government bodies by encouraging the regular disclosure of information.

To find out how to search for DPAC information, as well as the legislation framework which supports the release of information, choose from the links below:

What is the Right to Information Act?

Find out about Tasmania’s Right to Information Act 2009 and DPAC’s Right to Information Policy, and what they mean for finding information from the Department.

How to find information from DPAC

Learn about the different ways in which you can find information about the Department, including through assessed disclosure.

Search for information about the Department

Find and download information published by the Department.

Our assessed disclosures

See a list of selected responses to requests for information made under the Right to Information Act 2009.


If you are having difficulty locating information on the DPAC website, please email

For more information about Right to Information, and how it applies to DPAC, please write to:

Right to Information
Department of Premier and Cabinet

Alternatively, you can email

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