2 January 2009
Sixteen items of lost or stolen documents from the Welsh Assembly
Government have been recorded in the last three years, say officials.
Ten of the losses classed as "medium to low risk", including a laptop,
took place in 2008, according to details obtained by the Conservatives.
The missing data said to be of medium risk included a briefcase of
"various papers" left on a train.
The assembly government said it had always taken data protection
Other information deemed medium risk, which was lost in the past year,
included a hard copy file about a property and a personnel file
containing a member of staff's employment history.
A personnel file lost by the HR department, business information from
the department for economy and transport and papers belonging to the
assembly's legal services department were also lost.
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