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Firm appointed to train civil servants in FoI

AllOne will give ‘expert’ tuition on how to apply freedom of information laws, at a time when those laws are under fire

Killian Woods

Business reporter

24th November, 2019
Public servants will be given “expert-level” training in how to apply the law

A firm has been appointed to give public servants “expert-level” training in how to apply freedom of information (FoI) laws.

The Office of Government Procurement issued a tender this year seeking a firm to provide FoI training services. The two-year contract, worth €320,000, has been awarded to AllOne Corporate Solutions Limited.

The new training programme will be aimed at a core of 600 civil servants and is broken down into modules focused on...

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