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Information Publication Scheme

Agency plan

National Museum of Australia Information Publication Scheme Agency Plan v1.1 (updated 11 May 2012)

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Who we are

The National Museum of Australia is a museum of social history. Its exhibitions, collections, programs and research focus on three interrelated themes: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture; Australia's history and society since 1788; and the interaction of people with the environment. The National Museum of Australia is a statutory authority in the Commonwealth Ministry for the Arts portfolio within the Department of Communications and the Arts.


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