Wearables

Dade Murphy made this Freedom of Information request to Sefton Borough Council

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Dear Sefton Borough Council,

I would like to request the following information about EACH INDIVIDUAL wearable technology device purchased by your authority. A wearable device can include Apple Watch, Android Wear Device, Fitness Trackers (Fitbit, Garmin etc.) or any other electronic device designed to be worn by the user

1. Make (e.g. Apple)
2. Model Name (e.g. Apple Watch Sport)
3. Specific Model Number if known
4. Date of Purchase
5. Price of Purchase
6. PDF copy of purchase order
7. PDF copy of invoice
8. Job Title and Salary of officer to whom the device is assigned, if delice is shared the details of both the lowest and the highest paid officer with regular use
9. What purpose the device is put to

Yours faithfully,

Dade Murphy

Information, Sefton Borough Council

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Dear Sefton Borough Council,

It has been 20 working days since making my request to your authority, you are now in breach of the law. I look forward to your reply as soon as possible

By law the authority should have responded promptly and in no longer than 20 working days

Yours faithfully,

Dade Murphy

Information, Sefton Borough Council

Dear Dade,

Thank you for your email.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

I will chase-up a response today.

Yours sincerely
John

John Clintworth
Strategic Support Assistant
Strategic Support Division
Sefton MBC
Bootle
L20 7AE

Tel: 0151 934 4827
email: [email address]
Website: http://intranet.sefton.gov.uk/busint

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John Clintworth, Sefton Borough Council

Dear Dade Murphy,

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request that we received on the 1st March 2016.

Please accept our apologies for the late response.

We do not hold the data you request. Having checked with our Procurement and ICT departments there is no record of any such purchases being made.

The Freedom of Information Act asks that public authorities must provide applicants with particulars of how they may complain about the handling of their request for information should they wish to.

Any such complaint should be directed to [Sefton Borough Council request email] or the Data & Information Management, Governance and Security Officer, 7th Floor, Merton House, Stanley Road, Bootle, L20 3UU.

You may choose to request a review of the decision taken and if dissatisfied following the authority's review, you are entitled under section 17 (7) (b) of the Act to apply to the Information Commissioner for a decision notice.

Further information can be found at:-
Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF
Telephone: 0303 123 1113

If you have any further questions please let me know and I will do my best to help you.

Yours sincerely
John

John Clintworth
Strategic Support Assistant
Strategic Support Division
Sefton MBC
Bootle
L20 7AE

Tel: 0151 934 4827
email: [email address]
Website: http://intranet.sefton.gov.uk/busint

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