Just wondering if anyone knows what the standard is to show “Access to Information” links/pages/documents.
There are three key pages that must be on an agency’s (note, not program) website:
- Information Publication Scheme
- FOI Disclosure Log
- Public Interest Disclosure Scheme
From what I’ve seen, there are varying levels of implementation across the APS.
Most sites simply link to each of the individual pages from the footer.
Sometimes agencies link to a landing page of sorts for “freedom of information”
For example, DTA has a link under the About Us heading.
Sometimes that link is in the form of an image.
For example, the OAIC has an image in the footer: (the text is white) https://www.oaic.gov.au/
Other times, agencies have an image for each of the different pages, often this is because they don’t have a central “landing page”. For example, the Ombudsman site has the following images: http://www.ombudsman.gov.au/
Anyone have an idea on the best way forward? I like the idea of the images in the bottom in a footer. Does anyone have hi-res versions of these images?