Freedom of Information
Enterprise Ireland became subject to the Freedom of Information Act 1997 with effect from 21 January 2001. Click here for further information on Freedom of Information.
Enterprise Ireland became subject to the Freedom of Information Act 1997 with effect from 21 January 2001. The Freedom of Information Act established three new statutory rights:
- A legal right for each person to access information held by public bodies.
- A legal right for each person to have official information relating to him/herself amended where it is incomplete, incorrect or misleading.
- A legal right to obtain reasons for decisions affecting oneself.
The Act asserts the right of members of the public to obtain access to official information to the greatest extent possible, consistent with the public interest and the right to privacy of individuals.
The Freedom of Information (Amendment) Act 2003 – which came into effect in July 2003 – made a number of amendments to the 1997 Act, notably in relation to Fees.
Routinely available information from Enterprise Ireland
Access to information under the FOI Acts
Rules and Practices of Enterprise Ireland
Frequently Asked Questions on FOI
Types of Records held by Enterprise Ireland
Rights of review in relation to decisions made
This information has been prepared in accordance with the publication requirements of Section 15 of the Freedom of Information Acts 1997 and 2003. All references to particular sections of the FOI Act, unless otherwise stated, refer to the 1997 FOI Act as amended by the 2003 Act.
Paula Maguire, Data Protection Officer
Data Protection and Freedom of Information Office
East Point Business Park,