Dear National School of Government,
While this is a new request, it is a followup to one answered (very clearly) by Christopher Mallett. For reference, that FoI is here: http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/co...
As background, I asked about the following courses:
a) UBG - http://www.nationalschool.gov.uk/program...
b) PSK1 - http://www.nationalschool.gov.uk/program...
c) MUA - http://www.nationalschool.gov.uk/program...
d) PGCS - http://www.nationalschool.gov.uk/program...
Narrowing the rejected part 1 of my prior request, the last time each of those courses were run, where documents were provided to attendees, can you please provide any slides/sheets that contain copyright/ownership statements for such documents?
If there is no copyright note on the material, an identification of who wrote it (which might be a title slide in a deck showing a company name/website and a presentation title) would satisfactorily identify the (institutional) owner.
For clarity, I am not asking for the name or contact details of presenters, but the title of the item they presented and details of the organisations they affiliate to. Phone numbers/email addresses on the above documents can be redacted without issue.
This should narrow the request sufficiently to avoid any commercial interest concerns on content. If you wish me to clarify/alter this request in any way to aid disclosure, please feel free to contact me on 07980210746
Thanks again for the quality of your response to the last query.
Dear Sam Smith
Please find attached a reply to your FOI enquiry (Cabinet Office ref.
FOI315472) dated 19 September 2011.
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Thank you kindly for this -- it is exactly what I was after and is much appreciated.
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