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Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment FOI Application Form

Dear FOI Requester,

Extraordinary measures are being taken to support public services under severe pressure at this time and this will affect the Freedom of Information process in the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

Many staff in the department, including those in the FOI Unit, have been redeployed to support our colleagues in critical internal processes and to support other public service bodies facing severe pressure at this time.

While it is possible for the Department to avail of exemptions under the FOI Act to turn down requests or apply extensions, given the ongoing uncertainty in the State, I would ask that you understand the difficulties arising and consider refraining from submitting requests until such time as this crisis has passed.

Many thanks for your cooperation at this time and apologies for any inconvenience caused.


Request for Access to Records under the Freedom of Information Act 2014 from the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

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Personal information

Before you are given access to personal information relating to yourself, you may be asked to produce your Birth Certificate, Driving Licence, Passport or other form of identity.

Form of access

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In accordance with section 12 of the FOI Act 2014, I request access to records which are (tick as appropriate):

Record description

In the space provided please describe the records as fully as you can as this will assist the Department's FOI Unit in dealing with your application. If you are requesting personal information, please state precisely in whose name those records are held. You will not normally be given access to the personal information of another person unless you have obtained the written consent of that person.

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