Alistair P Sloan

Dear Sirs

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION (SCOTLAND) ACT 2002
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

Pursuant to the general right of access to information in the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 I request the following information from Revenue Scotland:

(a) please provide the full content of your current data protection policies and procedures

(b) please provide the full content of your current Freedom of Information policies and procedures (including the Environmental Information Regulations)

I look forward to receiving your response.

Yours faithfully,

Alistair P Sloan

Revenue Scotland

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Please see attached response.
 
Regards,
Susan MacInnes
 
 
Susan MacInnes I Head of Corporate Services and Finance I Revenue Scotland
- Teachd-a-steach Alba I Victoria Quay Edinburgh, EH6 6QQ
0131 244 0527 I 078252 81168
[email address] I [1]www.revenue.scot
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Alistair P Sloan

Dear Sirs

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION (SCOTLAND) ACT 2002
REQUIREMENT FOR REVIEW
REFERENCE: FOI15/003

I refer to your substantive response to the above noted request for information and write to request that Revenue Scotland carries out an Internal Review into its handling of the request.

I consider that, on the balance of probabilities, Revenue Scotland holds further information.

(a) I would expect that in respect of Data Protection policies and procedures there would be detailed information as to how Revenue Scotland would handle Subject Access Requests, Assessments by the Commissioner pursuant to section 42 of the Data Protection Act, complaints and other enforcement matters. I would also expect there to be detailed information around the handling of incidents that are, or may amount to, breaches of the Data Protection Act.

(b) In respect of FOISA and the EIRs I also suspect that, on the balances of probabilities, there is further information not already published on your website. In that respect I would expect there to be detailed information as to how requests are to be managed within Revenue Scotland (e.g. logging requests, processes for gathering in information etc.); how Internal Review requests are to be managed within Revenue Scotland and how investigations by the Scottish Information Commissioner in respect of applications made pursuant to section 47(1) would be handled.

Nothing referred to above should be taken as narrowing the scope of the request; examples given are simply examples of the type of information falling within the scope of the request that may be held by Revenue Scotland which do not appear to be published on the Revenue Scotland website.

I look forward to receiving Revenue Scotland's Internal Review response.

Yours faithfully,

Alistair P Sloan

Revenue Scotland

Dear Mr Sloan

Thank you for your email dated 11 May requesting an internal review.

I confirm that your request has been passed to our Review Officer Stephen Crilly who will respond to you no later than 9 June 2015.

Yours sincerely
Susan MacInnes

Susan MacInnes I Head of Corporate Services and Finance I Revenue Scotland - Teachd-a-steach Alba I Victoria Quay Edinburgh, EH6 6QQ
0131 244 0527 I 078252 81168
[email address] I www.revenue.scot

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Revenue Scotland

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Dear Mr Sloan
Please see attached letter together with attachments referred to therein.

Yours sincerely 
 
Stephen Crilly, Solicitor | Revenue Scotland - Teachd-a-steach Alba | PO
BOX 24068, Edinburgh, EH6 9BR | 0131 244 4761 | 07816 534 887 |
[email address] | [1]www.revenue.scot |
@RevenueScotland
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