Right to Know wins case over access to IDA client survey (again)

The Information Commissioner (OIC) has once again decided that the IDA must release a full copy of a client survey that they carried out in 2019.

In a new decision in the case, the OIC said the record was not exempt from release under the FOI Act as the development agency had claimed.

The IDA has spent at least €78,000 in taxpayer funds fighting release of the client survey.

It remains to be seen whether they go back to the High Court to waste more public money fighting against any level of transparency over how they go about their work.

You can read the full decision at this link.