The Planning Institute of Jamaica is one of the public sector entities implementing the Access to Information Act 2002. As stipulated by the legislation, all public sector entities are required to provide citizens access to Government documents excepting those that are exempt by said legislation.
Exempt documentsTypes of exempt documents (those pertaining to):
- Security, defense, international relations
- The Cabinet
- Law enforcement
- Legal privilege
- The national economy
- Government's deliberative processes
- Business affairs of others (trade secrets, etc.)
- Personal privacy
- Heritage sites
Release of Exempt Documents
Exempt documents may be released through an Order of the Minister responsible for Information or after the expiration of 20 years after their creation or such shorter or longer period as the Minister may specify by Order.
How to Make a Request
Persons needing access to public documents may do so in person, by telephone,facsimile or by email Applicants should provide as much information as possible about the needed document as this could help expedite its location.
Please include contact information in your application so that it will be easy for us to contact you for any clarification if this becomes necessary. The request form is posted on the PIOJ website and may be accessed by any person who needs to make an Access to Information (ATI) request.
For additional information relating to ATI requests to The PIOJ, please contact:
Technical Information Manager
Planning Institute of Jamaica
16 Oxford Road
Telephone: (876) 906-4463-4/ 960-9339
Fax: (876) 906-5011 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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