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Consultancies

Volume 405: debated on Thursday 22 May 2003

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To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department if she will list, by project, the consultancies his Department and its non-departmental public bodies have used on e-government projects since 1 January 2001. [112837]

[holding answer 12 May 2003]: The information is in the following table. The projects listed are those that relate to the Government's 2005 e-Government target for getting services on line. The information requested for the period January to March 2001 is not held centrally and could be obtained now only at disproportionate cost.I can only make a decision on an appeal once all parties concerned have had sufficient opportunity to present their cases, and I have the opportunity to consider all the evidence. Grays has not been a simple case, and has, therefore, taken some time. One development which required attention was the potential impact of the Thames Gateway Project as described in the publication of the report "Sustainable Communities: building for the future," on the proposed closure. Financial resources will be allocated to the Essex Magistrates' Private Finance Initiative scheme once the Outline Business Case has been approved. the publication of the report "Sustainable Communities: building for the future," on the proposed closure.Financial resources will be allocated to the Essex Magistrates' Private Finance Initiative scheme once the Outline Business Case has been approved.