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LTC amount disclosable copies of TA DA bills not disclosable

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LTC amount disclosable copies of TA DA bills not disclosable

 

The CIC has ruled that total amounts reimbursed under LTC can be provided under RTI but copies of individual TA/DA bills are not disclosable since they are a invasion of privacy and personal in nature (Sec 8(1)(j)).

 

Full decision is attached to this post.

LTC amount disclosable TA DA bill copies not disclosable.pdf

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