I am writing to obtain information about the amount your organisation pays to the Confederation of British Industry and its subsidiaries.
Please provide the amount paid to the CBI (and its regional subsidiaries)
(a) in membership fees
(b) fees for one off conferences or other events and
(c) fees paid to the CBI for any other services.
Please make clear if the response includes payments from any Non-Departmental Public Bodies, Executive Agencies etc which fall under the department and please provide a breakdown of what payments came from which agency/body.
Please provide this information for the period 2009-2015 set out by calendar or financial year.
If you are unable to provide all of this information within the time/cost limit please work up to the limit focusing on membership fees.
Regarding the regional subsidiaries, the full list is here for your reference:
CBI Northern Ireland
CBI East of England
CBI East Midlands
CBI North East
CBI North West
CBI South East
CBI South West
CBI Thames Valley
CBI West Midlands
CBI Yorkshire and Humber
No information held
Thank you for your enquiry of 6 August 2015, which has been handled under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).
In your request, you asked for information about the amount paid to the Confederation of British Industry and its subsidiaries by The National Archives, the Advisory Panel on Public Sector Information [APPSI] and the Advisory Council on National Records and Archives [ACNRA]
We explained that we have already published this information for the period 2009 – 2014 and would focus your request on whether any contributions have be made since the previous request – 6 September 2014 – 6 August 2015.
I can now confirm, in addition, that no payments have been made, and therefore no information is held, for payments by The National Archives, APPSI, or ACNRA, during this period.
If you are dissatisfied with the handling of your request or the decision which has been reached, you have the right to ask for an internal review. Internal review requests must be submitted within two months of the date of this response and should be addressed to:
Public Services Development Unit
The National Archives
Please mark your complaint clearly. You have the right to ask the Information Commissioner (ICO) to investigate any aspect of your complaint. However, please note that the ICO is likely to expect internal complaints procedures to have been exhausted before beginning his investigation.