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Information Publication Scheme
The Information Publication Scheme is one of the recommendations of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act) designed to give the Australian community access to information held by the Australian Government.
The TGA information publication scheme is part of the Department of Health information publication scheme.
About the TGA
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is Australia's regulatory authority for therapeutic goods. We carry out a range of assessment and monitoring activities to ensure therapeutic goods available in Australia are of an acceptable standard with the aim of ensuring that the Australian community has access, within a reasonable time, to therapeutic advances. For more information, see: About the TGA.
The Department of Health management structure chart
The Department of Health management structure chart is available on the Department of Health's website.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration is part of the Australian Government Department of Health. For more information on our structure and functions, see: TGA structure.
Annual Reports issued by the Department of Health since 1997 are available on the Department of Health's website.
Consultations and reviews
The TGA gives stakeholders the opportunity to contribute as it develops new guidance material and information. A listing of TGA consultations and reviews is available on this website.
The Departmental and Portfolio Agency consultations are available on the Department of Health's website.
Freedom of Information Disclosure log
The Disclosure Log can be accessed on the Department of Health's website and lists information which has been released in response to a FOI request.
The TGA publishes a range of publications, guidelines and forms as part of its regulatory activities. Details of the legislation and legislative instruments governing the TGA's operations is available on this website.
Information the Department routinely provides to Parliament
Information the TGA provides to Parliament is included in the information on the Department of Health website.
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