Public authorities

Found 107 public authorities beginning with ‘J’

Also called James College. The colleges at York differ from those at certain other collegiate universities (such as Oxford and Cambridge) in that they have no academic or financi...
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On 1 August 2013 James Watt College merged with Clydebank College and Reid Kerr College to form West College Scotland.
Defunct.
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Also called Jesus College.
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On 1st October 2012, Jewel and Esk College merged with two others to form Edinburgh College.
Defunct.
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Also called JCoSS.
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JFS
JFS was formerly Jews' Free School [1] and also known as The Jewish Free School[2].
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Before 1st December 2012, Jisc's role was fulfilled by The JNT Association and the Joint Information Systems Committee. Jisc's rather complex ownershi...
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Also called Jiscom. Jiscom is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act, but we list is here as it is a subsidiary of Jisc.
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John Packer Associates Limited is (indirectly) wholly owned by Norfolk County Council.
1 request.
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John Snow College is part of Durham University, to whom requests for information held by the College should be made.
Defunct.
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Also called Alcombe Pharmacy. From Merriott Pharmacy, you can request only information relating to its NHS pharmacy business. The legal name of the company is John Ware Limited.[1][...
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This college has merged with two others to form Glasgow Kelvin College
Defunct.
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The Joint Council for Qualifications is not subject to FOI The Joint Council's role includes assisting "the awarding bodies to work together to crea...
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JISC was abolished in 2012 and replaced by a new company called Jisc.
Defunct.
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Also called jmc.
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Also called JNCC.
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Also called JSCSC.
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Run by Whitefield Academy Trust
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Josephine Butler College is part of Durham University, to whom requests for information held by the College should be made.
Defunct.
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On 1st August 2011, Joseph Priestley College merged into Leeds City College.
Defunct.
2 requests.
Also called JACO.
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