Information request letter updating records example
The information gained from across the sector is analysed and made available to the government departments and agencies that need the data to help them carry out their functions.
It is also made available (with appropriate safeguards to protect anonymity) to other users.
This information includes your home address, contact details and emergency contact details (such as relatives).
It is very important that this information is up to date in case we need to get in touch with you (or a friend or relation) in an emergency.
But the user ID is disabled and the it has to be activated by sending an email to [email protected] a message that Internet Banking user ID and password safely obtained from the bank.
Then only they will unlock the feature to use internet banking.
Unfortunately, the information we hold about staff in a number of areas is incomplete.
If you wish to confirm that this email is genuine, please refer to the HR Division web page, which has a “Latest news” item on the need to update your details.
Hence we request you to send us a copy at the earliest. You can call me on 1600 678 for any further clarifications.
We need to see the actual copy to decide on further action regarding your proposal.
It will be of immense help if you look into the matter at the earliest.
As well as being used in the HESA return, sensitive information is useful to the University: for example, information on ethnicity is useful for our Race Equality Charter submission.
We currently do not have ethnicity information for about 15% of our staff.