Reports on the rollout of Universal Credit

Lee Jefferson made this Freedom of Information request to Department for Work and Pensions

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Please kindly provide the reports on the rollout of Universal Credit known as ‘Project Assessment Reviews’. We understand these were created between 2012 – 2015 and the Information Commissioner has determined their release to be in the public interest.

Yours faithfully,

Lee Jefferson
Journalist

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John Slater left an annotation ()

Lee,
This is already being dealt with by the ICO & the First-Tier Tribunal via this request:
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/u...

DWP Strategy Freedom of Information, Department for Work and Pensions

 
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Dear DWP Strategy Freedom of Information,

We look forward to receipt of the information requested. As previously stated the Information Commissioner has determined the release to be in the public interest so we trust there will be no problems on your side.

Yours sincerely,

Lee Jefferson
Journalist

DWP Strategy Freedom of Information, Department for Work and Pensions

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Please see the attached reply to your Freedom of Information request 5055
 
Yours sincerely
 
DWP Strategy Freedom of Information Team

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Dear DWP Strategy Freedom of Information,

Thank you for your response. We look forward to the courts releasing this information on the basis of public interest and transparency - even in a redacted form.

Yours sincerely,

Lee Jefferson
Journalist.

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