FOI Act Section 8 Reference Book 2: The mission, role, structure, and statement of confidentiality of NCI

 

Mission, values & roles

Our Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Values

Mission Statement

To change lives through education.

Vision Statement

NCI will provide an inspiring educational experience that is innovative, responsive and enterprise focused.

Values

  • Inclusive - we strive to break down barriers in third-level education; we value diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do; we provide the support that people need to participate fully in life at NCI
  • Community - we are an interdependent learning community that shares a common set of principles where individuality and freedom of thought and expression are valued; each of us is encouraged to fulfil our ambition and realise our potential
  • Integrity - in our individual and collective roles, we take responsibility and are accountable for our actions; we demonstrate respect and mutual regard for each other
  • Dynamic - we are responsive to the needs of our students, colleagues and partners and an ever-changing society; we act in an innovative and flexible manner
  • Learner Centred - we place the learner at the heart of everything we do; our combined energies are focused on their individual and collective, life-long needs
  • Excellence - as an institution, we aspire to professional excellence in everything we do; we foster excellence in our learners through their learning experiences

Our policy on confidentiality

We undertake to treat as confidential any information provided to us in confidence by individuals or others, subject to our obligations under law, including the Freedom of Information Act. If, for any reason, you wish that information provided to us should not be disclosed because of its sensitive nature, then you must, when supplying the information, make clear this wish, and specify the reasons for the information’s sensitivity. We will consult with you before making a decision on any Freedom of Information request received, involving sensitive information which you may have supplied.

Governance, management & organisation

1. Governing Body

The Governing Body constitutes the Board of Directors of the National College of Ireland, and is responsible for the overall management and direction of the College and its compliance with company law. The Governing Body establishes and monitors the College’s strategic direction and policy, its financial planning, and compliance with best practice in all College activities. It consists of a maximum of 16 members drawn from the following nominating bodies:

  • IBEC - 2 nominees
  • ICTU - 2 nominees
  • The Jesuit Community - 2 nominees
  • The Staff of the College - 2 elected staff members
  • The Students Union of the College - 1 elected member
  • The Nominations Committee - up to 5 nominees
  • The Chairperson

Current Members

  • Father Leonard Moloney S.J.
  • Mr. Michael Brady
  • Ms. Barbara Cotter
  • Mr. Brendan McGinty
  • Ms. Brigid McManus
  • Ms. Gina Quin - College President
  • Father Kevin Higgins S.J.
  • Ms. Kathleen Frith
  • Ms. Dajana Sinik - NCISU President
  • Mr. Patrick Clancy
  • Ms. Maureen Brogan
  • Ms. Sheila Nunan
  • Mr. Dave Cormack
  • Mr. Kevin Callinan
  • Mr. Tony O'Malley
  • Mr. John McGarrigle - Company Secretary

The President of the College is ex officio a member of the Governing Body, which elects its own Chair from amongst its own members. The Governing Body may from time to time appoint such sub committees as it deems proper to assist it in such manner as it may decide.

 

Sub Committees

 

Finance, Audit, Organisation, and Capital Projects Sub Committee: this committee reports directly to the Governing Body itself and oversee the financial planning and reporting compliance of the College as a Limited Company

Nominations Sub Committee: this committee reports to Governing Body on the skills, knowledge, and composition of the Board and make recommendations for necessary changes

Risk Sub Committee: this committee advises and assists the Governing Body in discharging its oversight responsibilities in the area of risk management, excluding internal financial control where oversight is provided by the Finance Audit and Organisation Committee

Remuneration Sub Committee: this committee reviews all relevant comparative information and makes recommendations to the Board in respect of remuneration, including performance related remuneration and pension of the President, Vice President and the Director of Finance.

 

Classes of records retained 

The Company secretary is responsible for the retention of all records relating to the Governing Body which include

  • Minutes of meetings of the Governing Body and sub committees 
  • General correspondence

The Company Secretary retains the records of the Governing Body in accordance with company law requirements. The annual audited accounts of the College are on public record and can be obtained from the Companies Office. 

 

Contact Person 

Secretary and Registrar's Office

National College of Ireland 

Mayor Street

International Financial Services Centre

D01 K6W2

2. The President

The President of the College is responsible for planning in conjunction with the Governing Body, and for the implementation of the policy and administrative decisions of the Governing Body. The President exercises overall responsibility for the day to day running of the College, and plays a pro-active role as a member of the Governing Body, as well as chairing the Executive Committees of the College, the Academic Council, and other committees as appropriate. 

 

Classes of records retained

Records retained in the President's Office include:

  • Minutes of the Executive Team and Group
  • General Strategy documentation
  • General Correspondence
  • General reports pertinent to College development

Rules and procedures 

All records held in the President's Office are held in accordance with the document retention policy of NCI 

Contact: 

The President 

National College of Ireland 

Tel: +353 1 4498511

2.1 Key Committees chaired by the President

The President chairs a number of key academic and administrative committees of the College as follows:

Management Committees diagram

 

Academic Council

The Academic Council assists the Governors in the Planning, coordination, development and overseeing of the educational work of the College, and is chaired by the President. 

 

The principal functions of the Academic Council are:

  • To design, develop and implement appropriate programmes of study
  • To make representations to the Governors for the establishment of appropriate structures to implement the programmes referred to above
  • To make recommendations to the Governors on programmes for the development of research
  • To make recommendations to the Governors for the selection, admission, retention and exclusion of students generally
  • Subject to the approval of the Governors to make and to implement the academic regulations of the College
  • To agree with the Governors the form of regulations to be made by the Academic Council for the conduct of examinations and for the evaluation of academic progress
  • To make recommendations to the Governors for the award of Fellowships. Scholarships. Bursaries and other awards
  • To make general arrangements for tutorial or other academic counselling.
  • To exercise any other functions that may be delegated to it by the Governors
  • To implement any regulations which may be made by the Governors concerning any of the matters aforesaid
  • Subject to approval by the Governors ,to establish such and so many committees ,consisting either wholly or partly of persons who are not members of the College as it thinks proper to assist it in the performance of its functions
  • Subject to the directions of the Governing Body, the Academic Council may regulate its own procedure

 

Internal rules, guidelines and procedures used by the Academic Council and its subcommittees

  • Constitution
  • Standing Orders
  • Academic Regulation
  • College strategy
  • Unique Learning environment
  • College Strategic Plan 
  • Learners Charter
  • Student Policy on Dignity and Respect
  • General Assessment Regulations and procedures
  • Admissions and Progression Policy Course Development and Review Handbook
  • External Examiners Policy and Procedures
  • Parent Safety Statement
  • Intellectual Property Policy
  • Organisational Chart
  • Student Handbook
  • Viewing of Examination Scripts Policy
  • Access Policy
  • Marks & Standards Procedures
  • Policy & Procedures for Programmatic Review
  • Policy & Procedures for Institutional Review
  • Admissions Policies & Procedures
  • General Examinations Regulations and Procedures
  • Post Graduate Studies Handbook

 

Records kept

Minutes of meetings of Academic Council and its sub committees  

 

Contact: 

The Registrar 

Tel: 4498514 

Email: jmcgarrigle@ncirl.ie 

 

The Executive Team and Group

 

The Executive Team and Group, which are both accountable to the President, are the senior management committees with responsibility for development, implementation of strategy and approval of appropriate policies and procedures, agreement of plans, monitoring of corporate performance and ensuring that all aspects of the corporate function operate with optimal efficiency and effectiveness. The Executive Committees will help also to determine the corporate response to specific initiatives or situations. 

 

Internal Rules, guidelines and procedures used:

  • Strategic Plan - Goals and Objectives
  • College Mission Statement
  • Budgetary & Financial Policies
  • Academic Policies and procedures
  • QA Manual
  • Benchmarking

Records held:

Minutes of meetings of the Executive Team and Group

 

Contact: 

The Presidents Office 

Ph 01 449 8511 

3. The Vice President for Research and Academic Affairs

The Vice President for Research and Academic Affairs reports to the President and has responsibility for the direction and management of the College's research agenda and activities, as well as responsibility for the day-to-day academic management of the College. The Vice President for Research and Academic Affairs attends meetings of the Governing Body and is a member of both the Executive Team and Group of the College. The Vice President for Research and Academic Affairs also co-chairs the Academic Council with the President. 

 

Specific areas of responsibility include:

  • Leading all research activities, chairing the Research Committee, approving research applications, oversight of the PhD partnership with Maynooth, oversight of the Ethics Sub-Committee, and reporting on same to the Academic Council and Governing Body via Academic Report.
  • Management and oversight of the day-to-day implementation of the College's academic strategy and learning and teaching strategy.
  • Overseeing activities related to academic administration including, admissions, registration, and scheduling (exams and time-tables)
  • Oversight of the design and development of Quality and Institutional Effectiveness (QIE) policies and procedures in accordance with QQI guidelines as well as policies and requirements of governance as outlined in the memorandum and articles of the College
  • Overseeing the implementation of internal academic accreditation processes and procedures;
  • In conjunction with the Registrar and Deans of Schools, the management of External Examiner process, including appointment of External Examiners, submission and processing of research theses;
  • Compilation, continuing review, updating and distribution of all policies and procedures relating to the National College of Ireland; and compliance with same  

Reporting to the Vice President Research and Administration 

The following areas of College activities, together with their management and staff, report to the Vice President Academic and Administration:

  • The Registrar
  • The School of Business
  • The School of Computing
  • The Centre for Education and Lifelong Learning (includes Learning and Teaching)
  • Quality and Institutional Effectiveness
  • International Development
  • International Partnerships
  • Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion

 

3.1 The Registrar

The Registrar is an Officer of the College, and a member of the Executive Board of the College. 

 

Key areas of responsibility include:

1. Design and development of Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement policies and procedures in accordance with QQI and CAO and other regulatory requirements

2. Compilation, continuing review, updating and distribution of all policies and procedures relating to the National College of Ireland.

3. Secretary to the Academic Council and management of relevant Academic Council Sub-Committees

4. Management of all activities related to Academic Administration and student support services to include:

  • Coordination of all College ceremonies
  • Admissions
  • Registration
  • Student records and services
  • Time-table schedules
  • Careers and Opportunities
  • Examination and examination schedules
  • Student awards
  • Liaison with Students Union
  • Student Counselling
  • Student Wellbeing
  • Careers and Appointments
  • International Office

 

Records held  

External

  • CAO Memorandum of Understanding

Internal

  • Procedures for application for admission to the College
  • Procedures for selection of non standard applications to the College
  • Policy on new admissions for students with Special Needs
  • Policy & Procedures for Postgraduate Research Students
  • Policy on Admission & Progression within the Institute
  • Academic Regulations
  • Learners Charter
  • QA Manual
  • Examination results
  • Examination scripts
  • Student interviews
  • Student disciplinary procedures
  • Minutes of Academic Council
  • Student records including Admission, Registration Examinations,
  • External Examiner reports
  • College’s Programme of courses
  • General correspondence with students, and external educational bodies.
  • QQI Returns for Awards
  • Miscellaneous academic correspondence

Publications

  • Student Handbook
  • QA Manual

Contact: 

The Registrar 

National College of Ireland 

Mayor St, IFSC, Dublin 1 

Tel: 01 449 8540 

 

Reporting to Registrar 

The following areas of operation and their management and staff report to the Registrar:

 

3.1.1 Admissions & Student Records

 

Rules, guidelines and procedures used 

Internal

  • DARE Policy for the Admission of Students
  • Learners Charter
  • Mentoring Arrangements
  • QA Manual

External

  • Guidelines for granting of financial support

Publications Issued

  • General Information Leaflets

Contact:

Director of Student Services

Tel: 01 449 8502

Email: info@ncirl.ie

 

3.1.2 Library and Information Service


Internal rules, guidelines and procedures used 

  • Academic Regulations
  • Library regulations and other regulations relevant to the provision of the library service

Publications issued

Contact: 

Librarian 

Tel: 01 449 8509 

Email: library@ncirl.ie

 

3.1.3 Careers Development and Employability Services


Rules, guidelines and procedures used

  • College Policies and Procedures
  • Student Charter

 

Publications Issued

  • Your Career Journey
  • Work Placement Guide For Employers
  • Work Placement Guide for Students
  • Career Planning and Development Guides

 

Contact: 

Career Development and Employability Manger 

Tel: 01 449 8526 

Email: info@ncirl.ie

 

3.1.4 Health and Welfare Service


Rules, guidelines and procedures used

Internal  

  • Compliance with College policies and procedures
  • Compliance with College Health and Safety Guidelines
  • Students Handbook

External

  • Publications
  • Annual Report
  • Health Information Leaflets

Contact: 

Learner Services 

Tel: 01 449 8556 

Email: info@ncirl.ie

 

 

3.1.5 Sports and Recreation


Rules, guidelines and procedures used

 

  • Use of sport and recreation facilities guidelines
  • Guidelines for team coaches
  • Procedures for awarding of scholarships
  • Academic Regulations
  • Student Charter
  • Constitution and standing orders

Publications issued

  • General Information Leaflets

Contact: 

Learner Services 

Ph 4498556 

Email info@ncirl.ie

3.2 School of Business

Role and function 

The School of Business at National College of Ireland is dedicated to providing the highest quality education that is accessible to learners in a manner that meets their needs. We achieve this goal by creating a dynamic, learner-centred environment that promotes individual potential. 

 

A central focus of our mission is to provide accessible, quality education at a time, place and pace that suits the learner's situation and aspirations. This requires a consistent learner focus. 

 

The School, as an empowered organisation, is motivated and supported by the deep commitment of all faculty and staff to facilitate learners to work to the full extent of their capabilities. 

 

As part of our commitment to dedicated, excellent service, our faculty and staff are empowered to create and facilitate a learning environment that supports and stimulates learners and enables them to realise their full potential. 

 

Academic programmes 

A full updated list of the Academic Programmes delivered by the School of Business is available is available on the College website www.ncirl.ie, and is published annually in the College prospectus 

 

Rules, guidelines and procedures used in the School of Business 

  • Academic Regulations
  • General Assessment Regulations and Procedures
  • Course development and review procedures
  • Learning environment support structures
  • Student problem solving procedures
  • Conflict of interest procedures
  • Student Charter
  • Access Policy
  • Viewing of examination scripts policy
  • Marks and standards procedures
  • Policy and procedures for programmatic review
  • Admissions policies and procedures

Publications Issued

  • Course submission documents
  • Programmatic reviews

Records held

  • Minutes of School meetings

Contact: 

The Head of the School of Business 

Tel: 01 4498604 

Email: info@ncirl.ie 

 

Further information:

For further information on courses, research, and faculty, please visit the School of Business site

3.3 Marketing and Student Recruitment

Function

  • To ensure that marketing campaigns and activities are fully integrated and tailored to meet the requirements of the target market and the programmes being promoted
  • To communicate with the public about NCI and its programmes
  • To develop and maintain flexible, accurate and easy to use marketing databases
  • To orchestrate an effective and sustainable selling process within NCI, specifically focused on courses and programmes and to support NCI sales staff in the delivery of their sales targets
  • To carry out accurate and actionable market research
  • To produce, timely relevant and professional NCI publications
  • To contribute to the ongoing development and success of NCI

Services provided

  • Respond to daily telephone/social media/mail/e-mail/personal caller enquiries regarding NCI 
  • Advertising and promotion of NCI programmes
  • Manage NCI social media accounts
  • Production and distribution of NCI prospectus and promotional material
  • Represent NCI at career events
  • Organise and manage school liaison programmes with visits to schools and FE colleges
  • Organise NCI Open Days, promotional events and information sessions
  • Organise company and school visits www.ncirl.ie
  • Manage media enquiries
Publications Issued
  • Information on the website www.ncirl.ie
  • Undergraduate and postgraduate prospectus
  • A range of promotional brochures and electronic promotional communications
  • Social media and online written, photographic and video content
  • NCI Annual report

Records held

  • Section administration
  • Correspondence files
  • All information accessed on the website www.ncirl.ie

Contact 

Director, Student Recruitment 

Ph 01 449 8616 

Email info@ncirl.ie 

3.4 School of Computing

Role and Function 

The School of Computing at National College of Ireland is dedicated to providing the highest quality education that is accessible to learners in a manner that meets their needs. We achieve this goal by creating a dynamic, learner-centred environment that promotes individual potential. 

 

A central focus of our mission is to provide accessible, quality education at a time, place and pace that suits the learner's situation and aspirations. This requires a consistent learner focus. 

The School, as an empowered organisation, is motivated and supported by the deep commitment of all faculty and staff to facilitate learners to work to the full extent of their capabilities. 

As part of our commitment to dedicated, excellent service, our faculty and staff are empowered to create and facilitate a learning environment that supports and stimulates learners and enables them to realise their full potential. 

 

The School of Computing is specifically responsible for the delivery of a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in computing and informatics, full details of which are available on the College website at www.ncirl.ie 

 

Rules, guidelines and procedures used in the School of Computing

  • Academic Regulations
  • General Assessment Regulations and Procedures
  • Course development and review procedures
  • Quality Assurance Policies and Procedures
  • Learning environment support structures
  • Student problem solving procedures
  • Conflict of interest procedures
  • Learners Charter
  • Access Policy
  • Viewing of examination scripts policy
  • Marks and standards procedures
  • Policy and procedures for programmatic review
  • Admissions policies and procedures
  • Policy on progression to follow-on diplomas and degrees
  • Equality and Diversity Policies
  • Minutes of School meetings
  • Research publications

Publications Issued

  • Course submission documents
  • Programmatic reviews
  • Research publications

Contact 

Head of School of Computing 

Tel: 01 449 8606 

Email: info@ncirl.ie

 

Further Information:

For further information on courses and research, please visit the School of Computing site.

3.5 The Centre for Continuing and Professional Studies

Role and function 

Programmes delivered through the Centre for Continuing and Professional Studies are offered through a range of delivery mechanisms and offered as in-company, professional development, workplace, and community based programmes. The Centre for Continuing and Professional Studies provides a range of part-time programmes in a variety of business disciplines at its off-campus network. Full details are available on the College website www.ncirl.ie 

 

The Centre for Continuing and Professional Studies provides a range of part-time programmes in a variety of business disciplines at its off-campus network. 

 

Services Provided 

The Centre for Continuing and Professional Studies at National College of Ireland is dedicated to providing the highest quality education and training that is accessible to learners in a manner that meets their needs. We achieve this goal by creating a dynamic, learner-centred environment that promotes individual potential. 

 

A central focus of our mission is to provide accessible, quality education at a time, place and pace that suits the learner's situation and aspirations. This requires a consistent learner focus. 

The School, as an empowered organisation, is motivated and supported by the deep commitment of all faculty and staff to facilitate learners to work to the full extent of their capabilities. 

 

As part of our commitment to dedicated, excellent service, our faculty and staff are empowered to create and facilitate a learning environment that supports and stimulates learners and enables them to realise their full potential. 

 

Classes of records held  

  • Unit administration
  • Programme descriptions and promotional literature
  • Student Registration Forms
  • Project Assessments
  • Examination Papers & Exam Board broadsheets
  • Timetables for lecturers, tutorials and assessments
  • Programme documents (including Student Resource Packs)
  • Programme evaluations.
  • Associate faculty teaching records
  • Notices posted on notice boards

Contact 

Head of the Centre for Continuing and Professional Studies 

National College of Ireland 

Tel (Direct) 01 4498776 

Email info@ncirl.ie 

 

Rules and practices 

In accordance with NCI’s quality assurance policies, practices and procedures as articulated in its QA Manual. 

4. Director of Human Resources

The Director of Human Resources reports to the Vice President Academic and Administration and has responsibility and authority for all personnel and human resource management issues at the National College of Ireland. 

 

Specific responsibilities include:  

  • Development, implementation and monitoring of a modern human resource management culture
  • Implementation of all institutional policies related to recruitment and promotion of faculty and staff at the College
  • Maintenance of detailed records concerning staff and faculty numbers, nature and terms of employment and representation of various identifiable groups
  • Development and implementation of policies for career development and training including policies and procedures for performance evaluation of all employees including matters of pay and reward
  • Management of Industrial Relations Issues, and liaison with Trade Unions

Rules and procedures and guidelines used in the office of Director of HR

  • Relevant Acts of the Oireachtas and Statutory Instruments
  • Relevant Guidelines from the Dept of Enterprise Trade and Employment
  • Best HR practice manuals
  • QA Manual, including sections on recruitment, selection and employment procedures
  • Staff Handbook
  • National Wage Agreements
  • Publications
  • Staff Handbook

Records held

  • Individual staff personnel files
  • Union negotiations and agreements
  • Recruitment and selection records
  • General statistical information

Contact 

Director Human Resources 

Ph 01 449 8696 

Email info@ncirl.ie 

5. Director of Finance

The Director of Finance reports directly to the President and has responsibility for the day-to-day financial management of the College including the preparation of accounts, financial aspects of strategic planning, budgets, payroll systems and financial compliance. 

 

Specific responsibilities

1. Directing and controlling all aspects of financial administration in line with College strategy, statutory requirements and best business practice

2. Developing, managing and implementing the College budgeting strategy

3. Responsible for the financial communication strategy and supporting documentation

4. Responsible for the development and management of Campus Wide information technology services

5. Co-ordinate the risk management function to ensure the application of processes to identify and manage risks in the business and finance areas

6. Responsible for the production of Annual Report and Facts & Figures

7. Responsible for the communication of budgetary guidelines across all College departments

8. Responsible for the production of month end reporting which includes the preparation of:

  • Monthly management accounts for budget holders versus budget
  • Summary statement of Operating Profit or Loss for the College
  • Balance Sheet for the College
  • Cash-flow for the College
  • Commentary on results highlighting risks & opportunities

Rules, Guidelines and procedures used

  • Payroll systems
  • Government Public Procurement Regulations
  • EU Procurement Regulations
  • EU Regulations as applicable
  • Payment and Wages Act 1991
  • Prompt Payments Act 1997
  • Tax Clearance Procedures
  • Department of Education circulars and regulations
  • Internal audit
  • Statutory Audit
  • QA Manual
  • Strategic Plan

Records held 

All financial records of the College including Payroll systems. 

Contact 

The Director of Finance 

Ph 01 449 8525 

Email info@ncirl.ie 

5.1 The Commercial Manager

The Commercial Manager is responsible for the letting and management of all student residences based at the Colleges IFSC campus, together with the management and letting of the physical infrastructure of the College. 

Rules, guidelines and procedures used

  • Health and Safety procedures 

  • QA Manual 

  • Student accommodation procedures 

  • Events and lettings procedures 

  • Rules and conditions of usage Health and Safety authority procedures 

  • Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 1989 and Regulations '92, '95, 

  • Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Guidelines and Procedures 

  • College Parent Safety Statement 

  • College Code of Practice on Fire Safety Management

Publications

  • College Parent Safety Statement 

  • College Fire Register 

  • Accommodation List

Records held

  • Minutes of Meetings of the Residence Committee 

  • Health and Safety 

  • Lettings records 

  • Infrastructure Maintenance records

Contact: 

The Commercial Manager 

Tel: +353 (0)1 449 8704 

Email: info@ncirl.ie 

5.2 Director of ICT Services

The Director of ICT Services is responsible for the provision, management and administration of all College ICT Services. 

Rules, guidelines and procedures used 

  • IT Policy Procedures and Guidelines

  • Acceptable usage policy 

  • Purchasing procedures and guidelines 

  • CAO Import guidelines 

  • Student records and registration procedures 

  • Publications Issued 

  • College intranet service

Contact: 

Director of ICT Services

Tel: 01 449 8541 

Email: info@ncirl.ie

5.3 Information Governance and Compliance

The Information Governance and Data Protection Officer is responsible for monitoring compliance with data protection law, the freedom of information, and records management. 

Rules, guidelines and procedures used 

  • General Data Protection Regulation

  • Data Protection Acts 1988-2018 

  • Freedom of Information Act 2014 

  • E-Privacy Directive and S.I. No.336/2011 European Communities (Electronic Communications Networks and Services)(Privacy and Electronic Communications) Regulations 2011 

  • European Data Protection Board and Data Protection Commission Guidance 

  • Office of the Information Commissioner and CPU Guidance 

  • ISO and BSI Standards for Records Management and Archiving 

  • Data Protection Policies and Procedures 

  • Information Governance Policies and Procedures 

  • Records Management Policies and Procedures 

Publications Issued: 

  • Data Protection Policies, Procedures, Guidance, and Circulars

  • Freedom of Information Guidance and Circulars

  • Information Governance Policies, Procedures, Guidance, and Circulars

  • Records Management Policies, Procedures, Guidelines, and Circulars

Records Held 

  • Data Protection Logs

  • Freedom of Information Logs

  • Cookies and Similar Tracking Technologies Lists

  • Article 30 Records of Processing Activities

  • Data Protection Impact Assessments

  • Public Interest and Legitimate Interest Balance Tests

  • Freedom of Information Publication Scheme

Contact for Data Protection: 

Tel: 01 4498523 

Email: dpo@ncirl.ie 

Contact for the Freedom of Information: 

Tel: 01 4498523 

Email: foi@ncirl.ie