The Freedom of Information [Scotland] Act 2002: new modes of information management in Scottish public bodies?

Eleanor Burt, John Taylor

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Abstract

The findings set out in this Report are the result of research sponsored by the Scottish Information Commissioner [SIC] and independently designed and delivered by Dr Eleanor Burt and Professor John Taylor between Thursday 22nd February 2007 and Wednesday 1 August 2007. The research examines the extent to which, and how, the Freedom of Information [Scotland] Act 2002 [FOISA] has impacted upon information management arrangements in Scottish public bodies. The results gathered have enabled reflection on the wider administrative, political and democratic contexts of FOI and the behaviours and expectations that those contexts embody.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2007

Keywords

  • Scotland
  • Freedom of Information Act
  • information management

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