|Operation of the Classification System for Protecting Sensitive Information||1|
|Operation of the Classification System for Protecting Sensitive Information||3|
|Introduction and Summary 1. Introduction and summary||9|
|Detailed Audit Conclusions, Findings and Recommendations 2. Detailed audit conclusions, findings and recommendations||23|
|Appendix 1 Classification System—How to classify information||55|
|Appendix 2 Unauthorised disclosures between March 1996 and October 1998 as reported in Australian Senate Hansard||62|
|Appendix 3 Summary of Audit Report No.21, 1997-98, Protective Security 20||64|
|Appendix 4 Audit background, objectives, criteria and approach||67|
|Appendix 5 Revised Protective Security Manual25||74|
|Better Practice Guides||78|
Australian National Audit Office. (1999). Operation of the classification system for protecting sensitive information Retrieved March 5, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2017024127
Australian National Audit Office. Operation of the classification system for protecting sensitive information Canberra: Australian National Audit Office, 1999. Web. 5 March 2021 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2017024127>
Australian National Audit Office. 1999, Operation of the classification system for protecting sensitive information Australian National Audit Office, Canberra viewed 5 March 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2017024127
| author1=Australian National Audit Office.
| title=Operation of the classification system for protecting sensitive information
| section=76 pages ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 164 of 1999, AR no. 7 (1999/2000)
| publisher=Australian National Audit Office
| access-date=5 March 2021
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