Dyncorp

The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit did not have the information requested.

Dear The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

any investigations into and wrongdoings of Dyncorp

Yours faithfully,

Brian Welsh

LS-Admin-External, The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit

Dear Mr Welsh,

 

We hereby acknowledge receipt of your e-mail dated 27 January 2017,
registered by the Legal Affairs Office of Eurojust on 30 January 2017,
wherein you request access to:

 

"documents which contain the following information: any investigations
into and wrongdoings of Dyncorp"

 

Please note that access to documents requests are handled under the
[1]Eurojust Decision to adopt rules regarding public access to Eurojuts
documents of 13/07/2004. In accordance with Article 7(3) of the
aforementioned decision, your application will be handled within 30
working days from the registration of your application. Therefore, the
time limit will expire on 10/03/2017. In case this time limit needs to be
extended, you will be informed in due course.

 

Yours sincerely,

Legal Affairs Office

EUROJUST

 

 

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LS-Admin-External, The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit

Dear Mr Welsh,

We refer to your email dated 27 January 2017 in which you make a request
for access to documents.

Your application concerns

“Documents which contain the following information: any investigations
into and wrongdoings of Dyncorp”

We regret to inform you that no documents were found that would correspond
to the description given in your application.

Indeed, as specified in Article 2(2) of the [1]Eurojust Decision to adopt
rules regarding public access to Eurojuts documents of 13/07/2004, the
right of access as defined in that Decision applies only to existing
documents in the possession of Eurojust.

Given that no such documents have been identified, Eurojust is not in a
position to handle your request.

 

In accordance with Article 7(4) of the aforementioned Eurojust Decision,
you are entitled to make a confirmatory application requesting Eurojust to
reconsider its position. Such a confirmatory application has to be
addressed within 30 working days upon receipt of this reply to the
Administrative Director of the Eurojust at the following email address:
[2][email address]

 

Yours sincerely,

Legal Affairs Office

EUROJUST

 

 

From: LS-Admin-External
Sent: 30 January 2017 15:09
To: '[FOI #3942 email]'
Subject: Acknowledgment of receipt - Access to Documents request 2017/01

 

Dear Mr Welsh,

 

We hereby acknowledge receipt of your e-mail dated 27 January 2017,
registered by the Legal Affairs Office of Eurojust on 30 January 2017,
wherein you request access to:

 

"documents which contain the following information: any investigations
into and wrongdoings of Dyncorp"

 

Please note that access to documents requests are handled under the
[3]Eurojust Decision to adopt rules regarding public access to Eurojuts
documents of 13/07/2004. In accordance with Article 7(3) of the
aforementioned decision, your application will be handled within 30
working days from the registration of your application. Therefore, the
time limit will expire on 10/03/2017. In case this time limit needs to be
extended, you will be informed in due course.

 

Yours sincerely,

Legal Affairs Office

EUROJUST

 

 

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