World Bank Conducting Survey on Access Policy

3 August 2012

The World Bank Aug. 2 announced a survey “on the public’s experience with accessing information from the institution.”

This will be the second such survey since the Bank implementing its Access to Information Policy in 2010. “We hope to receive your views so that we may use them to further improve our ability to serve the public’s information needs in accordance with the AI Policy,” the Bank said.

The survey is being conducted among persons who submitted requests for documents during the period of July 1, 2011, through June 30, 2012. 

The most recent Bank report on implementation of the policy was released in March last year. (See previous FreedomInfo.org report.) Another report is expected out this Fall.

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