Information Access and Privacy – Results



Engagement Summary

The B.C. government is committed to making real and meaningful improvements to its information management practices. This includes looking at ways to improve the Freedom of Information process and enhancing privacy protection to safeguard your personal information.

The Ministry of Citizens’ Services asked for your ideas about how you want to access the information that is important to you and how we can ensure your personal information is protected to the highest possible standards.

Citizens were invited to provide input through an online discussion and interested organizations and individuals could make a written submission.

Timeframe

February 26 to April 9, 2018

Input Received

 

Input leads to action:

This data, along with other sources of information — such as past Special Committee to Review the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act,Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner’s reports, and the results of stakeholder meetings with about 35 stakeholder organizations will inform a report by the Minister of Citizens’ Services detailing specific actions that will help shape improvements to policy, practice, education and awareness, regulation and legislation.

A summary report that details comments and feedback submitted on this site will be posted following the close of the public engagement.