Paul Gibbons has written widely about freedom of information and other related matters beyond this blog. Here are collected links to his articles where possible and references to other pieces.
PDP’s Freedom of Information Journal
FOI in the Isle of Man – FOIA upgraded?
Freedom of Information: cutting the cost
Lies, damn lies, and FOI statistics
Small is not necessarily better when it comes to FOI
Of interest? The public interest test under FOIA
The ten things FOI requesters hate most
The ten things FOI practitioners hate most
Freedom of Information – this time it’s personal
Freudian Slip: the FOI Act that never was
The costs of FOIA – researching central government spending
How important is good records management to FOIA compliance?
Section 36 and the ‘qualified person’ — who is it and why does it matter?
Leadership and FOI
Codes of Practice – more guidelines than rules?
Ten years of FOI — a personal account
FOI, practically speaking Part 1 – deadlines
FOI practically speaking Part 2 – game, dataset and match
FOI, practically speaking Part 3 – getting vexed
FOI, practically speaking Part 4 – take it to the (appropriate) limit
FOI, practically speaking Part 5 – holding your own
FOI, practically speaking Part 6 – looking for approval
A shot across the bow?
Paul has also written for other publications including Times Higher Education magazine and the Records Management Journal.
30 January 2014 Times Higher Education, An FOI Officer’s Lot: No Simple Questions or Easy Answers
September 2013: Privacy Laws and Business UK Report, Reuse of datasets poses potentially onerous obligations
Autumn 2003: Journal of the Society of Archivists, vol 24, issue 2, with Caroline Shenton Implementing a records management strategy for the UK Parliament: the experience of using Keyword AAA
1999: Records Management Journal, Vol 9, Issue 1, Casting the ‘Net: the Records Management Intranet Pages