Joint Forces Command
17 Aug 2018
Dear Mr Taylor,
Thank you for your email of 24 July 2018 requesting the following information: “Please could you provide the latest copy of JSP 800 Vol. 5 as relating to Road Transport
I am treating your correspondence as a request for information under the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 (FOIA). I am attaching a copy of the JSP 800, Vol 5 as per your request. You should be
made aware that Defence Logistics, Movements and Transport Policy Team initiated a refresh of
this document on the 24 May 2018 and this work is due to complete on 06 Sep 2018.
Currently, the MOD uses the Defence Intranet to provide access to data required by Industry to
enable delivery against their contracts. In an effort to provide the user community a single version
of the truth, users are signposted to the Defence Logistics site and the associated policy
publications; where version control can be applied. With effect from 06 Sep 2018, the version
attached will be obsolete and you are strongly recommended to re-submit your request. At this
juncture, a more focused request would allow us to hone in on the requirement while potentially
allowing us to shape and influence future priorities for the stakeholders.
If you are not satisfied with this response or you wish to complain about any aspect of the handling
of your request, then you should contact us in the first instance at the address above. If informal
resolution is not possible and you are still dissatisfied then you may apply for an independent
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Please note that the Information Commissioner will not normally investigate your case until the
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Joint Forces Command Secretariat