|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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