The Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) gives you the right to obtain information held by the OFT unless there are good reasons for why the information cannot be supplied.
The Act gives you a general right of access to information held by public authorities. The Act also requires public authorities to have an approved publication scheme, which is a means of providing access to information which an authority proactively publishes.
When responding to requests, there are procedural requirements set out in the Act which an authority must follow. There are also valid reasons for withholding information, which are known as exemptions from the right to know.
More details on the Freedom of Information Act can be found on the Information Commissioner's Office website.
15 October Information in relation to LAN/WLAN contracts (121kb)
9 September Information in relation to the organisation's Wi-Fi contract(s) (120kb)
29 August Information in relation to Cirrus/Peverel investigations (93kb)
27 August Information in relation to Trade Unions (53kb)
21 August Information regarding the number or the percentage of OFT cases which were investigated in the UK in 2012 as a result of whistle-blowing as compared with the number of cases investigated as the result of a complaint (72kb)
21 August Information about the number of ET1 forms received by the OFT (55kb)
16 August Information in relation to conditional media statements (66kb)