7th November 2018
Name: John Cope
Dear John Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Request for Information
Thank you for your email received 7th October 2018, requesting the following
Can I request a copy of the NRC staff survey report as featured in an article in
The College is treating your request as having been made under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (the “Act”).
When dealing with requests for information, the College’s obligations include:
1. Confirming or denying whether it holds information of the description specified
in the request; and
2. Communicating the information requested to the applicant. You should note
that this is effectively a decision that the information can be released into the
public domain and not simply to the specific applicant.
Under the Act, the College is required to release any information that it holds to you
unless an exemption applies. Response to your request
I can confirm the information you have requested is not held by the Northern Regional
College as a report has not been produced from the Staff Survey results
and I am unable to give you the information requested.
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