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Contents (2009 - 52)
Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 No 52
Current version for 1 July 2017 to date (accessed 23 November 2017 at 16:26)
Part 3 Division 5 Section 32
32   Confidential information not required to be included in register
(1)  A requirement of this Division to include information or a copy of a contract in the government contracts register does not require the inclusion of:
(a)  the commercial-in-confidence provisions of a contract, or
(b)  details of any unsuccessful tender, or
(c)  any matter that could reasonably be expected to affect public safety or security, or
(d)  a copy of a contract, a provision of a contract or any other information in relation to a contract that is of such a nature that its inclusion in a record would result in there being an overriding public interest against disclosure of the record.
(2)  If an agency does not include a copy of a contract in the register, or includes only some of the provisions of a contract in the register, because of this section, the agency must include in the register:
(a)  the reasons why the contract or those provisions have not been included in the register, and
(b)  a statement as to whether it is intended that the contract or those provisions will be included in the register at a later date and, if so, when it is likely that they will be included, and
(c)  if some but not all of the provisions of the contract have been included in the register, a general description of the types of provisions that have not been included.