Request for COMD FORCOMD DIRECTIVE 114/14, FORCOMD Assistance Dogs

Josh Morrison made this Freedom of Information request to Department of Defence

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From: Josh Morrison

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Dear Department of Defence,

Please find this as my request for the COMD FORCOMD DIRECTIVE 114/14, FORCOMD Assistance Dogs and any other document that could superseed this directive.

Yours faithfully,

Josh Morrison

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From: Smith, Alexandria MRS
Department of Defence

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Good afternoon Mr Morrison

 

The Department of Defence observes a period of reduced activity and
staffing during the Christmas/New Year period. Therefore, it may not be
possible to finalise your FOI request by 3 January 2019. 

 

As such, our office is seeking your agreement to a 30 day extension of the
statutory deadline under section 15AA [extension with agreement] of the
FOI Act. Should you agree, the statutory deadline for you to receive a
response to your request will expire on the 2nd February 2019.

 

If you agree, it would be very much appreciated if you are able to respond
to this email advising us of your agreement to the 30 day extension to the
statutory deadline.

 

Kind regards,

 

Alex

 

Freedom of Information

Governance and Reform Division

Department of Defence

CP1-6-008 | PO Box 7910 | Campbell Park  CANBERRA  ACT  2610

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Phone: 1300 333 362

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From: Josh Morrison

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Dear Smith, Alexandria MRS,

Your request for an exception via consent is not given.

I also note you have not even returned a confirmation fo receipt of the request to date.

Yours sincerely,

Josh Morrison

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Dear Mr Morrison

 

Please find attached the Office of the Australian Information
Commissioner’s correspondence of 20 December 2018.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

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From: Groves, Joanne MRS
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Good afternoon Mr Morrison,

 

Please find attached the Statement of Reasons and documents relating to
FOI 219/18/19. 

FOI Disclosure Log

In accordance with the requirements of section 11C of the FOI Act, Defence
is required to publish details of information released under the FOI Act.
Defence publishes identified documents relating to requests within five
working days of receipt by the applicant or immediately following any
publication of the released material. Defence will also publish the
statement of reasons with privacy deletions.  This request will be
published on 3 January 2019 or immediately following publication.

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Under the provisions of section 54 of the FOI Act, you are entitled to
request a review of this decision. Your review rights are attached.

 

Should you have any questions in regard to this matter please contact this
office.

 

Kind regards,

 

 

 

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