14 January 2021
Five-day human intelligence training for 14 Frontex officers.
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In relation to the contract signed by Frontex PP/01/2020 - with Chenega Europe Ltd (Human Intelligence Training):
- The terms of reference
- Documents setting out the aims and objectives of the project/contract, if not included in the ToR
- All correspondence between Frontex and the contracted companies concerning the project/contract in question.
|Date request submitted||18 November 2020|
|Date registered||19 November 2020|
|Deadline extended?||Yes, extended by 15 working days on 10 December 2020|
|Date response received||14 January 2021|
|Full access granted?||No|
Expunged parts: personal data, in particular, the names and contact details of individuals
Refused access to six documents:
protection of commercial interests of legal persons, including intellectual property. In particular, information on the competences and working methods of the tenderers, their know-how, internal organization, cost as well as proposed prices.
"No overriding public interest."
"Sound administration": the administrative burden necessary to identify and redact the releasable materials would be disproportionate to the public interest in the disclosure exercise itself.
Training materials and "good practice" for return operations
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