Dear Sir or Madam,
Under the Freedom of Information Act please can you provide the following information:
1. Total number of and names and job titles of all of your employees who are Common Purpose Graduates.
2. Total amount spent by your organisation on Common Purpose programmes for your staff in each year from 1997-2008 inclusive.
Dear Sir or Madam,
Your response to this Freedom of Information request is now overdue. I would politely request that you rectify this at your earliest convenience.
Dear Mr McGillivray
I am sorry that you were unable to receive the reply that I sent to your
Freedom of Information request. I replied on Monday 13 July to the only
address that I had for you. I replied by clicking on reply to your
original message, so there was no error in my mistyping. Two minutes
after sending I received a message from mailer-daemon saying that the
message had not been sent. I had no other address to try and so wasn't
able to follow up. I have attached both my original reply and the
response I received from mailer-daemon to this email.
I am pleased that you have got in touch and hope that the reply will be
a success this time. The response is as follows:
1. Total number of and names and job titles of all of your
employees who are Common Purpose Graduates.
2. Total amount spent by your organisation on Common Purpose
programmes for your staff in each year from 1997-2008 inclusive.
I hope that this information is useful. The Freedom of Information
(Scotland) Act provides a framework for further assistance in your
request. If you are dissatisfied with this response, you may ask the
Library to conduct a review of this decision. To do this, please
contact me in writing (including by fax, letter or email) or in some
other recorded form (e.g. audio or video tape), describe the original
request, explain your grounds for dissatisfaction, and include an
address for correspondence. You have 40 working days from receipt of
this letter to submit a review request. When the review process has
been completed, if you are still dissatisfied, you may ask the Scottish
Information Commissioner to intervene. My contact details are:
Corporate Information Officer
National Library of Scotland
George IV Bridge
0131 623 3967 / 3720
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