Dear Scottish Government,

I would like to make a freedom of information request for the last ten sets of minutes of meetings, held prior to 6 May 2020, relating to Bifab (Burntisland Fabrications) .

Yours faithfully,

G Scott

Scottish Government

Our Reference: 202000045872
Your Reference: Last 10 sets of minutes of meetings

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Dear Scottish Government,

case number: 202000045872.

Can you send this request to Kersti Berge at the Energy & Climate Change Division

I am writing to request an internal review of Scottish Government's handling of my FOI request 'Last 10 sets of minutes of meetings'.

You have deleted all the information from the minutes and the public have a right to know what is going on at Bifab.

Yours faithfully,

G Scott

Scottish Government

Our Reference: 202000058783
Your Reference: Last 10 sets of minutes of meetings

Dear G Scott,

Thank you for your correspondence received on 08/07/2020. Your query will
be passed to the relevant area for consideration and has been given a
reference number of 202000058783. Please quote this number in all
correspondence. The Scottish Government aim to respond, where necessary,
as quickly as possible and within the stated timescale as indicated on our
website
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Yours sincerely
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Dear Scottish Government,

Reference: 202000058783 Last 10 sets of minutes of meetings

In the internal review, can you also provide a list of meanings for acronyms or abbreviations used in the minutes. Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

G Scott

Scottish Government

Thank you for your request for a review which I have been asked to undertake. Apologies for my delay in acknowledging but working from home has created IT issues over the last week. I will reply by the 5 August.

I have asked the policy responsible for the explanation of acronyms as it not a policy area I work in.

NEIL RITCHIE
Consumers and Low Carbon Division
0131 24 47250
[email address]

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Dear Scottish Government,

Neil Ritchie

BIfab minutes - last 10 sets of minutes of meetings

Can you please resend the information you have released in your review as a separate document, not as an embedded document as I can't open that.

Yours faithfully,

G Scott

Scottish Government

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