If you do not want your name published on the internet, or if you want your submission to be kept confidential, you should
- include the word confidential clearly on the front of your submission and provide a reason for your request.
- make sure that your name and contact details are on a separate page and not in the main part of your submission.
Confidential submissions are only read by members of the committee and the secretariat.
Confidential information may be placed in an attachment to the main part of your submission, with a request for the committee to keep the attachment confidential.
The committee will consider your request but you need to know that the committee has the authority to publish any submission. The secretariat will contact you if the committee wants to publish something you have asked to be kept confidential.
If you are considering making a confidential submission, you should contact the committee secretariat to discuss this before you send us your submission.