ATOS and Capita Posts

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,
Recently, a number of quotes from an internal message board for DWP staff were shared as part of a BBC news story.

Please provide all posts from this message board containing the words "Capita" or "ATOS".

Kind regards,

Sean Brawley

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Dear DWP,
I note that a response to my FOI regarding ATOS and Capita Posts is now due.
Please confirm when I can expect a response.

Kind regards,

Sean Brawley

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Dear Sean Brawley,

I am writing in response to your request for information, received 12th
July.

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DWP Central FoI Team

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Dear Sean Brawley

The date that the response is due for your request, FOI2019/26275, has
been changed to 10th September

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Communications FOI

Dear DWP Central FOI Team,
With regards to FOI2019/26275, I am of course aware I will need to wait for the public interest test you are now undertaking.

I hope you will provide in your response a detailed explanation of how the cited exemption applies to this request, which is not aimed at any claims of fraud. I understand how this would be considered for FOI2019/26269 but I hope you would not use the same defence for an unrelated request against the dataset without due regard and explanation for its application.

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Sean Brawley

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John Slater left an annotation ()

Hi Sean,
The DWP has considerable form for abusing S.10(3) to delay issuing a response for many months. My suggestion would be complain to the ICO as soon as 40 working days from the date of your request has past or the DWP issues yet another S.10(3) notification.

I've had requests where the DWP has done this month after month until the ICO stepped in & told it to issue its full response.
Regards
John