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Responses to Consultation of the 2005 Targets
Improvement and Development Agency

27 September 2002

Only two out of five local authorities in England are confident of achieving the Prime Minister's 2005 e-enablement target, according to research by the Improvement and Development Agency (IDeA). Around one-third of all e-champion councils took part in the survey, with just under three-quarters of those questioned regarding support from central government as "very important or essential", particularly in co-ordinating standards. Three in five local authorities said there is a greater need for co-ordination across departments and a similar percentage expressed concern over authentication issues.

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