Freedom of Information Act

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives any person the right to request any information which is held by a public authority.

The purpose of the Freedom of Information Act is to promote openness by public authorities by increasing transparency and accountability, and improving decision making.

For further details please see our Summary Policy on Freedom of Information Requests.

To make a request under Freedom of Information please contact Buckinghamshire CCG.

Please note that your request will be automatically forwarded to our Commissioning Support Unit, an NHS support organisation operating under the authority of NHS England whose staff manage Freedom of Information requests on our behalf. They will acknowledge your request for us and co-ordinate the response we provide them with, and will only use your personal information for this purpose. All information provided is held within secure computer systems and managed in line with the requirements of the Data Protection Act (1998).

You can view here previous requests.