Agency Information Guide

The Network Agency Information Guide provides information in general terms about:

  • The structure and functions of this agency
  • The kinds of Government information held by this agency
  • Information that is available to the public; and
  • How this information will be made available, including costs for accessing information.

Click here for a copy of the current Agency Information Guide.

Register of Government Contracts

The GIPA Act requires agencies to record and publish certain information about contracts with private sector bodies. Employment contracts are not covered by the GIPA Act.

Not all information contained in contracts may be released. The following are considerations that may be applied when determining whether there is a public interest against the disclosure of contract information:

  • The commercial-in-confidence provisions of a contract
  • Details of any unsuccessful tender
  • Any information where there is an overriding public interest against disclosure.

Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network contracts are available on the NSW Government e-tendering website.

Information Disclosure Log

A disclosure log is a record of information that the Network has released, often in response to a specific request from an individual or organisation, that may be of interest to other members of the public.

The Disclosure Log is continuously updated as relevant information is released under the GIPA Act.

If you require further information about the disclosure log, please contact the Network Right to Information Officer.

Information about the Network tabled in Parliament

No documents have been tabled in Parliament by or on behalf of the Network. Should this occur, links to these documents will be published on this website.