Memorandum of Understanding between Greater London Authority and Home Office - data and online tool

Matthew Turner made this Freedom of Information request to Greater London Authority

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Dear Greater London Authority,

Thank you for your response dated 3 May 2017 to the FOIA request 'Memorandum of Understanding between Greater London Authority and Home Office' (https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/m...). We would appreciate it if you could provide the following:

1. All correspondence relating to arrangements made by the GLA for the Home Office to receive mapped CHAIN data relating to “concentrations of CEE nationals sleeping rough in particular areas” on a monthly basis, as referenced at 3.8 of “The use of enforcement in tackling rough sleeping – Mayor’s Rough Sleeping Group” dated 19 August 2015

2. A list of all agencies that have access to the online tool developed by the GLA, mentioned in your reply of 03/05/2017 ('the online tool')

3. The rank and/or job title of the Home Office officers given access to the online tool in summer 2016

4. A list of all data fields displayed by the online tool

5. The date on which the online tool first became available for use by agencies external to the GLA

6. Any equality impact assessment or privacy assessment conducted by the GLA relating to the online tool, either during its development or since it has been in use.

We look forward to hearing from you within 20 working days.

Yours faithfully,

Liberty FFT

Greater London Authority

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between Greater London Authority and Home Office - data and online tool

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Dear Mr Turner

Please find attached a response to your recent request for information.

Yours sincerely

Paul Robinson
Information Governance Officer

Dear Greater London Authority,

Thank you for your response dated 3 May 2017 to the FOIA request
'Memorandum of Understanding between Greater London Authority and Home
Office'
(https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/m...).
We would appreciate it if you could provide the following:

1. All correspondence relating to arrangements made by the GLA for the
Home Office to receive mapped CHAIN data relating to ?concentrations of
CEE nationals sleeping rough in particular areas? on a monthly basis, as
referenced at 3.8 of ?The use of enforcement in tackling rough sleeping ?
Mayor?s Rough Sleeping Group? dated 19 August 2015

2. A list of all agencies that have access to the online tool developed by
the GLA, mentioned in your reply of 03/05/2017 ('the online tool')

3. The rank and/or job title of the Home Office officers given access to
the online tool in summer 2016

4. A list of all data fields displayed by the online tool

5. The date on which the online tool first became available for use by
agencies external to the GLA

6. Any equality impact assessment or privacy assessment conducted by the
GLA relating to the online tool, either during its development or since it
has been in use.

We look forward to hearing from you within 20 working days.

Yours faithfully,

Liberty FFT

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