IATI and the Programme Partnership Arrangements

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Francis Bacon

Dear Department for International Development,

I would like to submit a Freedom of Information request regarding the Programme Partnership Arrangements 2011-2014.

In this document on DfID's website, there is the following statement: "Applicants should demonstrate that they sign up to, and are committed to implementing the principles of IATI in their work."
http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Documents/funding...

I would like to know:
1. How did each successful applicant demonstrate that they have signed up to, and are committed to implementing the principles of IATI in their work?
2. How will this commitment be monitored in the future?

If it is possible within the cost limit, please also release all relevant documents relating to this requirement and its implementation.

Yours faithfully,

Francis Bacon

foi, Department for International Development

Acknowledging your Freedom of Information (FOI) Request

Dear

Freedom of Information Request F2011-159

Thank you for your request for information about Programme Partnership
Agreements.

We received your request on 15 May and are dealing with it under the
terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Please note that FOI responses may be published on DFID's website.

Please contact me if you have any queries, quoting reference number
F2011-159.

Yours sincerely

Christine Mackintosh
Openness Unit

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Christine Mackintosh, Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Bacon

Please find attached DFID's response to your Freedom of Information
request of 16 May on the subject of Programme Partnership Arrangements and
IATI.

Regards

Christine Mackintosh

Openness Unit

UK aid: Changing lives, delivering results. Find out more at:
www.dfid.gov.uk/aidreviews

Dear Christine Mackintosh,

Thank you. Please also pass on my thanks to other staff members who were involved in formulating the response.

Yours sincerely,

Francis Bacon

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