We refer to your request under the Freedom of Information Act for:
1. the total amount received by the purchase of printer credit at the University for the academic years
2006/07, 2007/08 and 2008/09, and
2. the number of printer credits purchased during those (academic) years.
With regard to (1): because of the adoption of a new accounting system we only hold information for
financial year 2008/09 and the last three months of financial year 2007/08. The total amounts received
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS NOTICE
The University of
Southampton reserves all intellectual
property rights in any
material supplied to you in
By way of comparison, the total amount received in the last three months of FY 2008/09 was £39,272.23.
your FOI request and use of any material
We are trying to ascertain whether we can still retrieve detailed breakdowns for the other periods and
so supplied (including reproduction or transmission
whether the likely costs of retrieval will exceed the appropriate limit, and we will write to let you know.
by any means PRINTER
– whether electronic, reprographic
The University’s financial year runs from 1 August to 31 July, whereas the academic year runs from October
mechanical or otherwise – and whether for payment or
to the following September. The above figures translated into academic year(s) are:
may not be made without the written
permission of the University. The supply of any
documents in response to your FOI request does not
give to (2):
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(i.e. a purchaser will have an account balance shown in pounds and pence, rather than in printing units).
That balance will be decremented according to the type of printing performed (colour printing costs more
than black-and-white, A3 costs more than A4, and so forth).
you are not satisfied with the way in which the University has responded to your request you have the
right to appeal. Questions, comments or complaints should be sent to the Registrar and Chief Operating
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Officer, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom.
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Complaints Resolution, Information Commissioner's Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire
5AF) or electronically. The Information Commissioner will not normally take action unless he is
satisfied that the University's appeal procedures have been exhausted.
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