Public Interest Disclosure Act

The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013  (PID Act) promotes integrity and accountability in the Commonwealth public sector. The PID Act encourages employees, former employees, and others prescribed by the PID Act to disclose wrongdoing by public officials. The PID Act provides protections for people who make disclosures and requires agencies to take appropriate action.

The CEO and Principal Registrar of the Federal Court has authorised the following officers to handle public interest disclosures:

  • Darrin Moy – Executive Director People, Culture and Communications
  • Christine Fewings – Native Title Registrar, National Native Title Tribunal; and
  • Scott Tredwell – General Counsel. 

To contact authorised officers, email:

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