previous FOI requests received

Brian Farnet made this Freedom of Information request to Office of Government Commerce

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Dear Office of Government Commerce,

most public bodies list the freedom of information requests on their website with status of what was released. you do not supply this data on your website

under FOI please give me an excel (NOT as a pdf) list of all FOI requests you have had since it became law. for each FOI request, please list:

date of request
date of reply
reference number/ID
subject/title of the request [each request on the list should include the subject/title of the request please]
status [whether information was fully released, partially released or withheld]

please email your reply back to the above email address. if you have any questions about this please email me

thanks

Yours faithfully,

Brian Farnet

OGC ServiceDesk, Office of Government Commerce

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Symonds, Gina, Office of Government Commerce

Dear Brian

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT REQUEST REFERENCE NO: 529059

I write in connection with your request for information dated 30^th July
2010 which was received by OGC on 2^nd August 2010 . I note you seek
access to the following information:

under FOI please give me an excel (NOT as a pdf) list of all FOI

requests you have had since it became law. for each FOI request,

please list:

date of request

date of reply

reference number/ID

subject/title of the request [each request on the list should

include the subject/title of the request please]

status [whether information was fully released, partially released

or withheld]

Your request will now be considered in accordance with the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (the Act). You will receive a response within the
statutory timescale of 20 working days as defined by the Act, subject to
the information not being exempt or containing a reference to a third
party. In some circumstances OGC may be unable to achieve this deadline.
If this is likely you will be informed and given a revised time-scale at
the earliest opportunity.

OGC's policy is not to charge for providing information where to do so
costs less than the "appropriate limit" [Note: The "appropriate limit"
means such amount as may be set by the regulations], which is currently
£600

Where the cost of providing information would exceed £600, OGC will
generally not provide the information. However, OGC may be able to
provide some of the information requested if it can be supplied within the
"appropriate limit".

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I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in
OGC.

Should you have any further enquiries concerning this matter, please write
or contact our Service Desk on 0845 000 4999 or e-mail [1]Service
[email address], quoting the reference number above.

Kindest Regards,

Gina Symonds

Service Desk Agent

Marketing and Communications

Office of Government Commerce

Efficiency & Reform Group, Cabinet Office

Rosebery Court

St Andrews Business Park

Norwich NR7 0HS

Tel: 01603 704908

Fax: 01603 704596

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email: [OGC request email]

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Service Desk immediately on [OGC request email] and remove from
your system.

Incoming and outgoing emails may be subject to monitoring and recording by
OGC to prevent computer viruses, spam and for the prevention and detection
of unauthorised transmission of information. Such monitoring will be
carried out in accordance with the relevant legislation. It may also need
to be disclosed in response to a request under the Freedom of Information
Act 2000.

[2]www.ogc.gov.uk

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FOI Team, Office of Government Commerce

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Dear Mr Farnet

Please see attached OGC's response to your request for a copy of the FOI
request log - the disclosed information is the Excel attachment.

With regards

Ruth

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