Isle of Man
Code of Practice on Access to Government Information
The code of practice provides for the government to provide on request:
- full information about how public services are run, how much they cost, who is in charge, and what complaints and redress procedures are available;
- full information about what services are being provided, what targets are set, what standards of service are expected and the results achieved.
- information relating to their policies, actions and decisions and other matters related to their areas of responsibility.
"Government" in this case means:
Freedom of Information Bill 2011
A Freedom of Information Bill was introduced in the House of Keys in June 2011. It has a similar structure to the UK and Scottish Acts. It covers a much wider range of information, and a much wider range of bodies, than the code of practice.