Following the assessment of the PID Ms Alexis Stephens and her colleagues failed to take into consideration that, in accordance with the PID Act, Queensland Health was surely, under the PID Act, required to finally acknowledge the PID and inform me:
(1) Their acknowledgement of the existence of the PID.
(2) Whether or not my PID met with the definition of a PID.
(3) If my PID did not meet the definition of a PID; whether or not the content was important.
(4) The reason for their decision not to investigate.
Because my letters were being ignored I made applications to Right to Information to determine what actually become of the PID in 2014, why it wasn't responded to, and why, at the present time in 2015, my concerns regarding the suppression of the PID were not being acknowledged.
On 5 February 2016 the Office of the Information Commissioner confirmed:
(1) My PID and the follow up email, sent to Mr Seeney in 2014, had been located in the emails of both the former Deputy Premier and former Minister for Health,
(2) No record of the referral could be located.
(3) No responses to the PID were located.
(4) The Commissioner advised a referral of a PID was likely to be formally notified in hard copy and kept for a minimum of two years - No hard copy was located: