General information on the Freedom of Information Law
The Freedom of Information Law – the Freedom of Information Law (1998) allows any resident or citizen of the State of Israel to apply to a public authority with a request for information on any matter relating to its activity. The public authority is required to provide the information as required and in accordance with the limitations defined in the law.
Public authority – in accordance with the definition of the Freedom of Information Law, a ‘public authority’ includes the government, government ministries, the support units of the government ministries, the President of Israel Chambers, the Knesset, the State Comptroller, courts, tribunals, local councils, corporations, government subsidiaries and any entity that has a public function.
The Freedom of Information Law administrator of the Environmental Services Company : Oleg Grand, company management member.