What the DPUP Principles mean for your work
Using the Data Protection and Use Policy (DPUP) involves engaging with the 5 Principles, thinking about how to apply them in your agency and in your role.
Working with the Principles
These are examples of how you might apply the Principles depending on your role.
These examples do not mean the Principles do not apply to other roles or that these are the only ways they could be put into action.
It’s important to note that how you apply them will be about the context of your role, your organisation and the kind of work you do.
Read how the Principles apply for your role
Principles in action if you work at the frontline
Principles in action if you lead or manage frontline services
Principles in action if you work in funding, contracting or partnering
Principles in action if you develop policies, services or programmes
Principles in action if you work in analysis, research or evaluation
Using the Principles in practice
This tool sets out a series of questions for each of the 5 DPUP Principles to help you think through how to apply them in your agency.
Understand the DPUP Principles in practice
Understand how the Principles work with the Guidelines
DPUP’s Guidelines flow in part from the Principles. When you read the Guidelines, it’s useful to keep the 5 Principles in mind.
How the Guidelines work with the Principles
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