Dear Sir or Madam,

This is a request for information under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

Please provide copies of the information contained in papers submitted to and minutes taken of meetings of the Local Authorities (Scotland) Accounts Advisory Committee since 1st January 2007.

Please provide a copy of this information, in an electronic format.

Thank you very much for your help.

Yours faithfully,

Mr Wyllie

Dear Sir or Madam,

I would be grateful if you could acknowledge my request for information, sent on the 13th April, and available on http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/la....

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

Mr Wyllie

Russell Frith, Audit Scotland

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Mr Wyllie

Thank you for your e-mail of 14th April.

The information that you requested takes up a very large amount of file
space, even in zipped form, and so I am providing it in a series of emails
each with one year of papers. The attachment to this e-mail contains the
2009 papers. Further e-mails will cover 2008, 2007 and the only meeting so
far in 2010.

COPYRIGHT TERMS

Audit Scotland's information is protected by copyright. However, under
the terms of fair dealing, you are allowed to use it for private and
educational purposes and for news reporting. Any other re-use, such as
commercial publication, requires special permission from us.

Audit Scotland may not be the copyright holder for some of the information
we provide in response to information requests. In such cases, you will
need to obtain permission from the person or organisation who owns the
copyright before you re-use it.

RIGHT OF REVIEW AND APPEAL

If you are dissatisfied with how we have handled your information request
or would like us to reconsider the decision we made, please write to:
Diane McGiffen, Director of Corporate Services, Audit Scotland, 110 George
Street, EDINBURGH EH2 4LH.

If, after that, you are still not satisfied you can ask the Scottish
Information Commissioner to review how we dealt with your request. The
Commissioner is independent of Audit Scotland and can decide whether we
acted properly and according to the Freedom of Information Act.

The Information Commissioner can be contacted at: The Scottish Information
Commissioner, Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, Fife, KY16
9DS, Tel 01334 464 610, email [1][email address]

I trust the information provided will be helpful.

Yours sincerely

Russell A J Frith

Director of Audit Strategy

Audit Scotland

110 George Street

Edinburgh

EH2 4LH

References

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1. mailto:[email address]

Russell Frith, Audit Scotland

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Mr Wyllie

This is the second e-mail with 2008 papers attached.

COPYRIGHT TERMS

Audit Scotland's information is protected by copyright. However, under
the terms of fair dealing, you are allowed to use it for private and
educational purposes and for news reporting. Any other re-use, such as
commercial publication, requires special permission from us.

Audit Scotland may not be the copyright holder for some of the information
we provide in response to information requests. In such cases, you will
need to obtain permission from the person or organisation who owns the
copyright before you re-use it.

RIGHT OF REVIEW AND APPEAL

If you are dissatisfied with how we have handled your information request
or would like us to reconsider the decision we made, please write to:
Diane McGiffen, Director of Corporate Services, Audit Scotland, 110 George
Street, EDINBURGH EH2 4LH.

If, after that, you are still not satisfied you can ask the Scottish
Information Commissioner to review how we dealt with your request. The
Commissioner is independent of Audit Scotland and can decide whether we
acted properly and according to the Freedom of Information Act.

The Information Commissioner can be contacted at: The Scottish Information
Commissioner, Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, Fife, KY16
9DS, Tel 01334 464 610, email [1][email address]

Russell A J Frith

Director of Audit Strategy

Audit Scotland

110 George Street

Edinburgh

EH2 4LH

Direct line - 0131 625 1607

References

Visible links
1. mailto:[email address]

Russell Frith, Audit Scotland

1 Attachment

Mr Wyllie

This is the third e-mail with 2007 papers attached.

COPYRIGHT TERMS

Audit Scotland's information is protected by copyright. However, under
the terms of fair dealing, you are allowed to use it for private and
educational purposes and for news reporting. Any other re-use, such as
commercial publication, requires special permission from us.

Audit Scotland may not be the copyright holder for some of the information
we provide in response to information requests. In such cases, you will
need to obtain permission from the person or organisation who owns the
copyright before you re-use it.

RIGHT OF REVIEW AND APPEAL

If you are dissatisfied with how we have handled your information request
or would like us to reconsider the decision we made, please write to:
Diane McGiffen, Director of Corporate Services, Audit Scotland, 110 George
Street, EDINBURGH EH2 4LH.

If, after that, you are still not satisfied you can ask the Scottish
Information Commissioner to review how we dealt with your request. The
Commissioner is independent of Audit Scotland and can decide whether we
acted properly and according to the Freedom of Information Act.

The Information Commissioner can be contacted at: The Scottish Information
Commissioner, Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, Fife, KY16
9DS, Tel 01334 464 610, email [1][email address]

Russell A J Frith

Director of Audit Strategy

Audit Scotland

110 George Street

Edinburgh

EH2 4LH

Direct line - 0131 625 1607

References

Visible links
1. mailto:[email address]

Russell Frith, Audit Scotland

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Mr Wyllie

This is the fourth and final e-mail with the papers for the only LASAAC meeting so far in 2010 attached.

COPYRIGHT TERMS

Audit Scotland's information is protected by copyright. However, under the terms of fair dealing, you are allowed to use it for private and educational purposes and for news reporting. Any other re-use, such as commercial publication, requires special permission from us.

Audit Scotland may not be the copyright holder for some of the information we provide in response to information requests. In such cases, you will need to obtain permission from the person or organisation who owns the copyright before you re-use it.

RIGHT OF REVIEW AND APPEAL

If you are dissatisfied with how we have handled your information request or would like us to reconsider the decision we made, please write to: Diane McGiffen, Director of Corporate Services, Audit Scotland, 110 George Street, EDINBURGH EH2 4LH.

If, after that, you are still not satisfied you can ask the Scottish Information Commissioner to review how we dealt with your request. The Commissioner is independent of Audit Scotland and can decide whether we acted properly and according to the Freedom of Information Act.

The Information Commissioner can be contacted at: The Scottish Information Commissioner, Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9DS, Tel 01334 464 610, email [email address]

Russell A J Frith
Director of Audit Strategy
Audit Scotland
110 George Street
Edinburgh
Eh2 4LH

Mandy Gallacher, Audit Scotland

Dear Mr Wyllie

I am writing to acknowledge reciept of your information request.
We will be in touch soon.

Yours sincerely

Mandy Gallacher
 
 

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