Freedom of Information (FOI) - Information Publication Scheme
SBS is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 1992 (Cth) (FOI Act).
Part II of the FOI Act establishes the Information Publication Scheme
(IPS) for government agencies subject to the FOI Act. The IPS requires
agencies to publish a range of information and to make
that information available online where possible.
What we do The SBS Charter, contained in the SBS Act, sets out SBS's principal functions and duties. Our principal Charter function is to provide multilingual and multicultural radio and television services that inform, educate and entertain all Australians, and, in doing so, reflect and promote Australia's multicultural society.
SBS broadcasts its programming to a national television and radio audience and delivers content online on its website www.sbs.com.au.
More information about what we do can be found here:
Routinely requested information and disclosure log Information which has been released in response to a request for access to the SBS document under the FOI Act, and any routinely released information from such requests, can be found on our Disclosure Log page.
Consultation arrangements Information about how members of the public may comment on specific policy proposals when SBS undertakes a public consulations (for example when SBS reviews its Codes of Practice) will be available from the SBS website home page (www.sbs.com.au).
Information about how to contact SBS is available on the Contact page.
Information about how to provide feedback or make a complaint is available on the Feedback & Complaints page.
Information about how to make a request for access to an SBS document under the FOI Act is available on the FOI - Access Requests page.
Our research Information about research conducted or commissioned by SBS can be found in the Policies & Publications section of the SBS website.
Our submissions and speeches Our submissions to government and agency inquiries can be found on our Submissions page. Speeches delivered by the SBS Managing Director are available on the News & Media Releases page.
List of documents which are impracticable to publish online Any IPS documents which are impracticable to publish online will be published here. If you wish to access these documents please contact the FOI contact officer. Charges may be imposed for access to these documents, and will be advised on request. Where relevant charges will be consistent with the charges in the Freedom of Information (Charges) Regulation 1982.