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The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the 'Act') gives a general right of access to recorded information held by public bodies such as Cambridge University Press (the 'Press').
The Act imposes a duty on public bodies to adopt a publication scheme detailing information which is held and is publicly available. Public bodies must also create and maintain a guide to their publication scheme.
The Press is a department of the University of Cambridge. The University of Cambridge has adopted the Model Publication Scheme produced by the Information Commissioner’s Office. A Guide to Information has been produced by the University of Cambridge in accordance with the Information Commissioner's Office Definition Document for Universities. As a department of the University of Cambridge, the Press is covered by the University's Publication Scheme Guide to Information.
This may be found at the link below:
However, where there is further information on the Press this may be found in the Cambridge University Press Publication Scheme: Guide to Information. This Guide provides information in addition to that found on the University of Cambridge's Publication Scheme Guide to Information.
INDIVIDUAL REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION
The Act also imposes a duty on public bodies to manage individual requests for information.
Any person who wishes to request information from the Press must do so in writing to the Press’ General Counsel at: email@example.com
Subject to a number of conditions and exemptions, the Press must comply with a request made under the Act within 20 working days of receipt.
To be a valid Freedom of Information request, a request must be in writing for specific information, which is not subject to an exception contained within the Act, and relates to information which the Press holds. A written request includes requests by email and fax.
Upon receipt of a valid request the Press's duties are:
- to confirm whether or not the Press holds the information
- to confirm whether there will be any cost involved in supplying the information
- to provide the information
- to advise and assist applicants (e.g. where broad requests are made or an applicant is unsure what they are looking for)
The Press may charge an applicant for the supply of information. There is no obligation to supply information if the cost of such would exceed the limit of £450 imposed by Regulation 3 of The Freedom of Information and Data Protection (Appropriate Limit and Fees) Regulations 2004.
Any complaints or comments regarding the handling of any Freedom of Information requests should be directed to the Press’ General Counsel at: firstname.lastname@example.org.