Jonathan Djanogly MP expense claim

Request

The information I request refers to a claim made by Jonathan Djanogly as outlined below. I request any information that you hold with reference to this claim.

  • Claim Ref. No.: 0000056705

  • MP: Jonathan Djanogly

  • Financial Year: 2010-11

  • Expense Category: General Admin

  • Expense Type: Computer SW Purchase

  • Amount Claimed: £2,515.63

  • Amount Paid: £2,515.63

  • Amount Not Paid: £0.00

  • Status: Paid

  • Reason If Not Paid 

  • Date: 15/12/2010

  • Short Description: Expenses – General Admin

  • Details: CMITS Installation and configuration

  • Travel


Response

Specifically, you requested any information held by IPSA in respect of claim reference number 0000056705 in addition to the published information.

The table below provides the information released on IPSA’s publication website relating to this claim, along with all additional information contained on the invoice. We hold no further information in respect of this claim.

Please note that we have withheld any invoice numbers, contract numbers, BACs code, account numbers, IBAN and CHAPs code for payment as these may be traced back to personal or commercial information. We have withheld this information under Section 31(1)(a) (Law enforcement) of the FOI Act. This section of the Act states that information is exempt if its disclosure under the FOI Act would, or would be likely to, prejudice the prevention (or detection) or crime.

After considering the nature of the withheld information it is our opinion that were a disclosure to be made into the public domain it is possible that this information could be traced back to sensitive personal or commercial information which could be misused for criminal activity. Although we recognise the public interest in transparency surrounding the publication of invoice information there is also a strong public interest in ensuring that as an organisation we are able to protect our service users from the threat of being subjected to criminal activity, which is achieved through our capacity to withhold certain information from disclosure. It is for this reason that we have decided that the application of the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosing the information.

View the table containing the information released on IPSA’s publication website relating to this claim, along with all additional information contained on the invoice.

Ref:
FOI2011-068
Disclosure:
June 26, 2011
Categories:
GENERAL EXPENSES ENQUIRY
Exemptions Applied:
None