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House of Commons Hansard
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Departments: Databases
06 March 2007
Volume 457

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To ask the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs what databases are controlled by her Department and its agencies; and what percentage of the data in each database she estimates is inaccurate or out of date. [124035]

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The Department’s key database systems are as follows:

CaseMan

FamilyMan

e-Diary

Money Claim On Line

Crest

Juror

Juror Summoning Bureau

eXchanging Hearing Information By Internet Technology

ProbateMan

ARIA (Asylum and Immigration system)

Service Upgrade Project (pilot)

Funds Accounting System

Receivership Accounting System

Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal system

Generic Appeals Processing System 2

Mental Health Tribunal

ETHOS (Employment Tribunal system)

CLAIMS (Criminal Injuries and Compensation Panel system)

MERIS (Public Guardianship system)

ORACLE financials (General Ledger, Supplier database, Accounts Payable,

Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets)

Local Fees database

CHRIMSON (HR system)

Occupational Health, Counselling and Screening Services

Business Management System

Magistrates Courts databases

Libra application

Trust Accounting and Banking System

BACCHUS (Bankruptcy case management system)

Centralised Attachment of Earnings

County Court Bulk Centre

Commercial Court

Electronic Records Management

Judicial Database

Management Information System

Tax Tribunal Remuneration

Decree Absolute System

Parental Responsibility

Supreme Court Costs Office System

Wardship System

Crown Office Information Network System

Life Imprisonment Minimum Term

Payment of Legal Aid Remuneration

Case Recording System

RECAP (Civil Appeals Case Management)

CASREC (Public Guardian Office Case Recording)

CACTUS (Criminal Appeals Case Recording)

As well as this list, other smaller database systems support local business areas. Details of these systems are not held centrally.

Central records on the accuracy of these databases are not kept and could be produced only at disproportionate cost.