The Commission is committed to transparency by publishing Annual Reports, plans and procedures and other legal documents in the public interest.
The Productivity Commission Annual Report provides details of the Commission's operations and reflects on current research activities.
The 2016-20 Productivity Commission Corporate Plan, for the four reporting periods 2016-17 to 2016-20, is presented in accordance with Section 35(1)(a) of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.
Code of Conduct Breach Procedures
The Chairman of the Productivity Commission has established procedures for determining whether an APS employee, or former employee, in the Commission has breached the Code of Conduct, and for determining sanctions.
Senate Order on Non-Corporate Commonwealth Entities Contracts
A list of Productivity Commission contracts as required by the Senate Order on Government Agency contracts.
Access for People with a Disability
This agency plan sets out a commitment and approach to addressing awareness, access and opportunities for people with disabilities.
Freedom of Information Procedures and Information Publication Scheme
The Productivity Commission's Freedom of Information procedures and Information Publication Scheme agency plan.
Legal Services Expenditure
Productivity Commission expenditure on legal services published in compliance with paragraph 11.1 (ba) of the Legal Services Directions 2005.
Public Interest Disclosure Procedures
The Commission encourages people to report suspected serious wrongdoing, and will ensure that those who report, or who are considering making a report, are properly supported and protected from any adverse consequence relating to the reporting.
Agency File List
Senate Continuing Order No 10 requires each department and agency to provide on its website an indexed list of the titles of all relevant files, including new parts of existing files, created in the most recent calendar year.
Agency Multicultural Plan (AMP)
The Productivity Commission's Agency Multicultural Plan (AMP) is intended to meet whole of government requirements relating to access and equity, and assist the Commission to maintain a focus on accessible processes for the whole community.
This charter sets out the standards of service you can expect when dealing with us. It also briefly outlines our role, values and processes, and steps you can take if you are not satisfied with the quality of our service.