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Published: 17 October 2018
“The increased funding reflects the States’ commitment to ensuring the Bailiwick continues to operate as a high quality regulatory environment and to be recognised as an ‘adequate’ jurisdiction by the EU underpinning its role on the international stage. This in turn protects vital data flows to the Islands as well as ensuring local citizens are provided with the highest levels of protection for their own personal data in this increasingly data-driven era.”Breakdown of funding:
|Set up (£k)||2018 (£k)||2019 (£k) *|
|Staff and Board||61||390||595|
|Other (e.g. travel, legal, staff training, office supplies)||n/a||112||295|