FOI Disclosure log

Publicly available information released following an FOI access request

Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC) is required by section 11C of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act) to publish a disclosure log on its website. The disclosure log lists information which has been released in response to an FOI access request. The disclosure log does not include:

    • Personal information, or information about the business, commercial, financial or professional affairs of any person if publication of that information would be unreasonable,
    • Other information that the Australian Information Commissioner determines is unreasonable to publish, and
    • Any information not reasonably practicable to publish due to the extent of modification that would need to be made to delete the above information.

The information in CSC’s disclosure log has been released by CSC under the FOI Act and is available for public access. CSC will endeavour to publish all documents released in response to FOI access requests in the disclosure log. However, certain technical limitations (such as file size or format) may preclude this. These documents may be obtained by contacting us via

FOI reference numberDate of accessFOI requestInformation published in the disclosure logHow to access the information
EML/18/77978 19 April 2018 All the material around the time the change over from Commonwealth Superannuation Scheme (CSS) to Public Sector Superannuation Scheme (PSS) was being explained Three documents released in full.

Please contact CSC to obtain these document

EML/16/70572 27 April 2016 1. Current social media policy of the department, which covers departmental use and/or private use by employees in an individual capacity.
2. Any current guidance material which is available to employees to make informed decisions about their private social media use.
One document released in full and two documents partially exempt.

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C 2015/016 20 November 2015 For the period 2014-2015 & 2015 FYTD detail the number of staff who ceased employment with ComSuper/ CSC. 1 document released in full.

Document_1 [PDF 66 KB]

C 2015/004 28 April 2015 Statistical information in relation to redundancy payments made by ComSuper for the period 2010-2012. 2 documents released in full.

Individual Member Level [XLSX: 71 KB]

Scheme Level [XLSX: 11 KB]

C 2015/001 29 April 2015 A copy of the latest Service Level Agreement for CSS, PSS and Military Super, the procedure for making an invalidity classification, the procedure for retrospective invalidity and copies of the annual effectiveness reviews for the years 2011-2014 for processing reviews and invalidity claims.

3 documents released in full. 1 document released with exempt or irrelevant material deleted.

Document_1 [PDF: 8 MB]

Document_2 [PDF: 753 KB]

Document_3 [PDF: 104 KB]

Document_4 [PDF: 160 KB]

C 14/38192  14 March 2014 Presentation and documents given to Australian Defence Force members between 1 January 1990 and 31 December 1992. 1 document, released in full, 1 document released with exempt or irrelevant matter deleted.

A CD of the documents released to the applicant is available on request. The documents can be requested by writing to the FOI Coordinator.

14-04 19/02/14 All correspondence, including e-mail, from Tony Hyams, AM of Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation to the Minister for Finance - since 8 September 2013 to 20 January 2014. One document and part of another exempt from disclosure; other documents released.

Correspondence 8 Sept 2013 to 20 Jan 2014 [PDF: 2 MB]

13-01 05/05/13 Service level agreements between ComSuper and CSC. All documents released in full. 

SLA Header Document [PDF: 281 KB

SLA Schedule A - PSSap [PDF: 190 KB

SLA Schedule B - PSS & CSS [PDF: 215 KB

SLA Schedule C - ARIA [PDF: 231 KB

SLA - MilitarySuper [PDF: 648 KB


Note that information attached to, or referred to, in CSC’s disclosure log may be removed after 12 months, unless that information has enduring public value.

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