Re-use of Public Sector Information
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) complies with the European Communities (Re-use of Public Sector Information) Regulations 2005 (as amended by SI 103/2008 and SI 525/2015) on the Re-use of Public Sector Information and we encourage the re-use of the information that we produce.
Under the Regulations for Re-use of Public Sector Information businesses and individuals can request any existing information held by public bodies, including the NTMA, to re-use for both commercial and non-commercial purposes. You can make a request by post or email to the PSI Officers (Lorraine Sibley/Orla Yeates) at:
National Treasury Management Agency
North Wall Quay
Phone: 01 238 5050
Your request should include the following:
- A statement that the request is being made as a Re-use of Public Sector Information Request.
- As much information as possible about the information you are seeking
Details of documents available for use
The NTMA publishes information on its website (www.ntma.ie) and under the Freedom of Information Act Publication Scheme, available at https://www.ntma.ie/informatio.... You may re-use the information on the NTMA website free of charge in any format. Re-use includes copying, issuing copies to the public, publishing, broadcasting and translating into other languages. It also covers non-commercial research and study.
Re-use of the information on the NTMA website is subject to the latest PSI Licence available at www.psi.gov.ie. Re-use is subject to the following conditions:
- Acknowledge the source and copyright in cases where you supply information to others
- Reproduce information accurately
- Not use the information in a misleading way
- Not use the information for the principal purpose of advertising or promoting a particular product or service
- Not use the information for or in support of illegal, immoral, fraudulent, or dishonest purposes.
All re-use of the NTMA’s information is at the re-user’s own risk. The NTMA is not liable for any loss or liability associated with the re-use of information on this website and does not certify that such information is up-to date or error free, as set out in the licence. The NTMA does not authorise any user to have exclusive rights to re-use its information.
Permission to reproduce information from this website does not extend to any material on the site which may be the property of a third party. The respective copyright holders themselves have to authorise the reproduction of such material.