Request to access FRA information and documents (Judgement F-58/10)

Dear European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights,

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:

- All and any documents setting out the steps taken by the Management team and Governing Board of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights in response to the Judgment of the European Union Civil Service Tribunal in Case: F-58/10 (Psychological harassment – Administrative inquiry).

- All and any documents related to disciplinary actions undertaken against alleged perpetrators (Mr M. and Mr A.) and Director of FRA in Case: F-58/10, identifiable under this link

- All and any documents and information related to paragraph 61 of the judgment T-58/10, paragraph which read as follows: “ However, it is not disputed that the IMR, of which the investigator was Chairman on the date he was appointed to conduct the inquiry, had concluded with the FRA a contract worth nearly EUR 500 000 for the submission of information to it concerning discrimination based on sexual orientation, between 2007 and 2008, in Denmark. Furthermore, when the investigator conducted the inquiry, that contract was capable of being renewed repeatedly in the future, as confirmed by the FRA during the hearing”.

- Information or / and documents related to the contract of Euro 500 000: if that half of million euro was paid from the EU public budget for assessing discrimination based on sexual orientation in one country / Denmark ?
(including the contract and tender file).

Yours faithfully,

Kurt Weiss

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AsktheEU Admin a laissé une remarque ()

There was an email rpoblem, but you can now follow the request here:

Dear European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights,

I would like kindly to remind you that in accordance to provision of law I am entitled to a reply following my initial application to access documents/information.

The relevant deadline was 8 may 2013.
May I kindly ask you to reanalyze my request?. Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

Kurt Weiss