Submissions

We have received a total of 275 submissions across the Data Availability and Transparency Bill’s Issues Paper, Discussion Paper and Exposure Draft.

Issues Paper

The Issues Paper was released for consultation on Wednesday, 4 July 2018.

We received 108 submissions in response.

Submissions on the Issues Paper are available on the Data Sharing and Release Public Submissions page on the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet website.

Discussion Paper

The Discussion Paper was open for submissions between 3 September and 15 October 2019.

We received 78 submissions in response, with 68 public submissions.

Name Filename

Australian Computer Society

File
52.pdf

Allens Hub for Technology, Law & Innovation

File
5.pdf

Anne Picot

File
54_0.pdf

Anonymous

File
1_1.pdf

Anonymous

File
41.pdf

Anonymous

File
46.pdf

Anonymous

File
49.pdf

Associate Professor Nicholas Biddle & Professfor Matthew Gray, Australian National University Centre for Social Research and Methods 

File
47.pdf

Australian Academy of Science and the Australia Academy of Technology & Engineering

File
66_0.pdf

Australian and New Zealand Real-World Data Network (RADiANT)

File
21.pdf

Australian Bureau of Statistics

File
8.pdf

Australian Business and Software Industry Association

File
50.pdf

Australian Centre for Health Engagement Evidence and Values, University of Wollongong

File
18.pdf

Australian Council of Social Service

File
72_0.pdf

Australian Data Archive, Australian National University

File
36.pdf

Australian Genomics Health Alliance

File
16.pdf

Australian Library and Information Association

File
14_0.pdf

Australian Medical Association

File
64.pdf

Australian Privacy Foundation

File
79_0.pdf

Australian Research Data Commons

File
51_0.pdf

Bernadette Hyland-Wood, The University of Queensland

File
32.pdf

BSA The Software Alliance

File
29_0.pdf

City Futures Research Centre, University of New South Wales

File
39_0.pdf

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

File
19.pdf

Craig Barron

File
59.pdf

Deloitte

File
31.pdf

Department of Premier and Cabinet Victoria

File
75.pdf

Department of Premier and Cabinet, Government of Western Australia

File
63.pdf

Dr Chris Culnane, A/Prof Benjamin Rubinstein, A/Prof Vanessa Teague

File
48.pdf

Dr Luke Heemsbergen, Deakin University
Dr Alexia Maddox, Deakin University
Dr Robbie Fordyce, Monash University

File
35.pdf

Economic Development Australia

File
42_0.pdf

Evan Walton

File
3.pdf

Griffith University, Regional Innovation Data Lab

File
34.pdf

Humanising Machine Intelligence (Australian National Univsersity) Grand Challenge

File
30_0.pdf

Institute for Social Science Research, The University of Queensland

File
58_0.pdf

IP Australia

File
44.pdf

John Macy, Competitive Edge Technology

File
9_1.pdf

Judy Schneider

File
4.pdf

Kaiela Institute

File
11_0.pdf

Law Council of Australia

File
70_0.pdf

Life Course Centre

File
12.pdf

Martin Luther

File
20.pdf

Medicines Australia

File
15_0.pdf

Medilink Australia Pty Ltd

File
77.pdf

Monash Partners, Academic Health Science Centre

File
33_0.pdf

Monash University

File
74_0.pdf

Mr Bhiamie Williamson & Dr Francis Markham, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, the Australian National University

File
10.pdf

NACCHO

File
78.pdf

National Archives of Australia

File
65.pdf

National Disability Insurance Agency

File
38.pdf

Norah Grewal and Dr Ainsley J. Newson, Sydney Health Ethics, The University of Sydney

File
55.pdf

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

File
62.pdf

Office of the Information Commissioner, Queensland

File
56.pdf

Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner

File
45_0.pdf

Professor Jason Harris, Sydney Law School Professor
Suzanne Le Mire, Adelaide Law School
Dr Sulette Lombard, Senior Lecturer, Flinders University Law School
Associate Professor David Morrison, TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland
Michael Murray, Adjunct Professor, QUT Faculty of Law
Dr Rob Nicholls, Senior Lecturer, School of Taxation and Business Law, UNSW
Dr Beth Nosworthy, Senior Lecturer, Adelaide Law School Professor
Ian Ramsay, Melbourne Law School
Catherine Robinson, Lecturer, UTS Faculty of Law
Dr Allison Silink, Senior Lecturer, UTS Faculty of Law
Mark Wellard, Senior Lecturer, UTS Faculty of Law

File
27.pdf

Professor John McNeil, Monash University

File
60.pdf

Professor Kimberlee Weatherall & Libby Young, University of Sydney Law School

File
73.pdf

Public Health Research Network

File
22_0.pdf

PwC Australia

File
26.pdf

Queensland Department of Housing and Public Works

File
68.pdf

Queensland University of Technology

File
17.pdf

Research Australia

File
25_0.pdf

Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

File
67.pdf

The Academy of The Social Sciences in Australia

File
61_0.pdf

The University of Sydney

File
40_0.pdf

Universities Australia

File
43.pdf

University of Melbourne

File
71.pdf

Vault Systems Pty Ltd

File
7_0.pdf

 

Exposure Draft and Accreditation Discussion Paper

The exposure draft of the Data Availability and Transparency Bill and the accreditation discussion paper were open for submissions from Monday, 14 September to Friday, 6 November 2020.

We received 89 submissions in response, with 71 public submissions.

Submission No. Submitting Organisation

1

Cox Financial Consulting

2

Information Privacy Commission NSW

3

Verifier

4

Deakin University

5

Research Australia

6

Financial Services Council

7

University of Technology Sydney

8

DWK Advisory

9

Griffith University

10

National Archives of Australia

11

KPMG

12

Adobe

13

ElevenM

14

University of Wollongong

15

Group of Eight

16

Academy of Social Sciences of Australia

17

Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner

18

Australian Academy of Science

19

Australia and New-Zealand Real World Data Network

20

Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre

21

Cancer Council Australia

22

Positive Life NSW and HIV AIDS Legal Centre

23

BSA | The Software Alliance

24

Consumer Policy Research Centre

25

Dr. Chris Culnane and Associate Professor Ben Rubinstein, University of Melbourne

26

Australian Research Data Commons - DAT Bill submission

27

Australian Research Data Commons - Accreditation submission

28

NPS MedicineWise

29

Telethon Kids

30

Public Interest Advocacy Centre

31

NSW Department of Customer Service

32

Australian Data Archive, Australian National University

33

Australian National University

34

Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network

35

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

36

Digital Rights Watch

37

AGL Energy Limited

38

Western Australia Government

39

Australian Society of Archivists

40

Electronic Frontiers Australia

41

University of Sydney

42

Prospection

43

University of Melbourne

44

Life Course Centre

45

Australian Privacy Foundation

46

National Association of People with HIV Australia and Australian Sex Workers Association

47

Australian Banking Association

48

The Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation, University of New South Wales

49

ID Exchange

50

Anonymous

51

Telstra

52

Australian Information Industry Association

53

Indigenous Data Network - Indigenous Studies Unit Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne

54

Kimberlee Weatherall, University of Sydney

55

Marco Setiawan

56

Nischal Mainali, 3IA Institute

57

Australian Financial Markets Association

58

Minderoo Tech and Policy Lab, University of Western Australia Law School

59

Office of the Information Commissioner Queensland

60

Gerard Hosier

61

Bruce Baer Arnold

62

Consumers Health Forum of Australia

63

Data Republic - DAT Bill

64

National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation

65

Data Republic - Accreditation

66

Dr. Lynda Crowley and Ms. Carole Caple

67

Dr. Lynda Crowley and Ms. Carole Caple - Supplementary submission

68

Sovereign Cloud Australia Pty Ltd

69

Australian Bureau of Statistics

70

Population Health Research Network

71

Australian Medical Association

The DAT Bill is currently before the Australian Parliament.

A copy of the DAT Bill is available on the Australian Parliament House website.

You will also find copies of:

  • the DAT Bill’s Explanatory Memorandum
  • the Minister for Government Services’ Second Reading Speech.