Rioter Felix has let us know about a somewhat creepy site called APSindex.com that allows you to look up details about where people work.
APSindex.com allows you to search Australian Federal Public Servants by name. The database contains approximately 120,000 public servants who have been promoted, transferred, engaged or have retired from the APS since mid 2007. Read about the source of the data.
This site is based on the Gazette Notices which are published under a Creative Commons License.
This site is the free (ad-supported) version of https://www.APSjobs.info, which requires a subscription.
Both sites are created and published by company pivotal analytics.
It doesn’t seem to register casual employees, as I can’t find myself or many of my casual friends on there, but every full or part-time employee I’ve looked for is there.
I can’t help but wonder who wants this website and why?
I’m sure there’s a bunch of legitimate uses, but right now I feel like a creepy stalker playing with it.