West Commissioning Support Unit (known as NWCSU) ‘the CSU’ will be handling
information on behalf of the NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in Greater
Manchester and the information is subject to copyright protection and database
rights unless stated otherwise.
copyright and database right material is licensed for use and re-use under the
Open Government Licence (OGL). To view this license, visit www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence or
write to the Information Policy Team, The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey
TW9 4DU. Use of information
expressly made available under this license indicates your acceptance of the
terms and conditions as set out in the OGL. When you use our information under
the OGL, you should include the following attribution: [Insert name of
information resource, North West Commissioning Support, date of publication],
licensed under the Open Government License www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence.
For information where the copyright is owned by another person or organisation,
you must apply to the copyright owner to obtain their permission to use / re-use.
information supplied to you continues to be protected by the Copyright, Designs
and Patents Act 1988. You are free to use it for your own purposes, including
any non-commercial research you are doing and for the purposes of news
reporting. Any other re-use, for example commercial publication and
subscription charge, would require the permission of the copyright holder. In
accordance with the Re-Use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005,
information provided to you may not be used for commercial publication,
subscription charge or sold on to a third party, without the permission of
North West Commissioning Support.
Recording Your Details
record your contact and request details in order to monitor and improve the
service we provide. This information will be handled in accordance with the NHS
Confidentiality Code of Practice.
Using Personal Data We Provide
required not to use personal data for electronic marketing (telesales, fax,
e-mail) to our staff and comply with the Privacy and Electronic Communications
(EC Directive) Regulations 2003. Provision of such personal data in response to
a Freedom of Information or Environmental Information request does not
constitute consent from the individual concerned.
Protection Act gives individuals rights to prevent processing likely to cause
substantial unwarranted damage or unwarranted distress (section 10) and to
prevent processing for the purposes of direct marketing (section 11). You
should be aware that selling, giving or sharing of personal data could breach
the Data Protection Act. North West Commissioning Support Unit on behalf of
Clinical Commissioning Groups advise staff of their rights.
feedback is welcome to help us improve the service we provide. Please send
comments or suggestions to our address shown on this letter.
feel that we have not met the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act
2000, you should contact the person who sent the response to you.
remain dissatisfied, you can ask us to review our decision by making a written
“requirement for internal review” including your address, a description of the
original request and the reasons why you are dissatisfied. Please send this to:
will be handled by staff who, were not involved in the original decision -
though this will not apply to Section 36 claimed exemptions in accordance with
Department of Health Directive. Your request will still be reviewed. We aim to
complete all internal reviews within 20 working days.
then wish to appeal you should contact the Information Commissioner for an
independent review at the following address:
Information Commissioner's Office
Number: 0303 123 1113