Dear Scottish Agricultural Science Agency,
This is a Freedom of Information Act request about the information management systems in your department. Please provide me with a copy of your department’s guidance to processing freedom of information requests – ideally this would cover the end to end process from receipt to closure, but please provide whatever you hold. Please note that I am not looking for any ICO or MoJ guidance which may be available publically, I am specifically interested in Scottish Agricultural Science Agency produced internal guidance including policy, process and procedures.
Dear Mr/Ms Gardiner
Thank you for your request dated 16 March 2014 under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOISA) for a copy of SASA's guidance on processing Freedom of Information requests.
We received your request on 17 March 2014 and will respond in accordance with FOISA by 14 April 2014.
Please note that, as from April 2008, SASA became a division of the core Scottish Government, becoming known as Science & Advice for Scottish Agriculture, and is therefore no longer an Agency.
If you have any queries, please contact me quoting case number FoI/14/00477.
Librarian & Information Manager - Library
SASA is a Division of the Scottish Government Agriculture, Food and Rural Communities Directorate
Dear Mr/Ms Gardiner
I enclose our response to your five FOI requests dated 15, 16 and 24 March
2014 to Historic Scotland, the Office of the Accountant in Bankruptcy, Her
Majesty’s Inspector of Education (now Education Scotland), the Scottish
Agricultural Science Agency (now Science and Advice for Scottish
Agriculture), and the Housing and Regeneration Directorate (now the
Directorate for Housing, Regeneration and Welfare).
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