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Structure and Commissioners

The Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner is led by the:

  • Information Commissioner;
  • Privacy and Data Protection Deputy Commissioner; and
  • Public Access Deputy Commissioner.

Organisational structure

Below is a chart of OVIC’s organisational structure. Click this link to open a larger version of this chart in a new tab.

Sean Morrison, Information Commissioner

Sean Morrison was appointed Victorian Information Commissioner on 15 February 2024. Mr Morrison has significant experience leading the legal responses to key Victorian Government reforms, including Royal Commissions and information-sharing regimes.

Mr Morrison has obtained university qualifications in Information Technology and Law, and has a Master’s of Public Administration. He comes to OVIC following his appointment as Special Investigator at the Office of the Special Investigator and has served as the General Counsel at multiple Victorian Government departments.

Sean Morrison, Public Access Deputy Commissioner (Acting)

OVIC is currently recruiting for a Public Access Deputy Commissioner.

Rachel Dixon, Privacy and Data Protection Deputy Commissioner

Rachel Dixon was appointed as the Privacy and Data Protection Deputy Commissioner on 28 November 2017 and was reappointed for a further five year term in November 2022. She was appointed as the Acting Information Commissioner in August 2023.

Ms Dixon has served in senior roles in Government and the private sector and has a wealth of experience in IT, telecommunications, big data, and biometrics.



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