E-enabled Public Services

Cabinet Office written question – answered on 30th March 2006.

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96 per cent. of all services are e-enabled.

Departments have informed the Cabinet Office that the public services listed have not yet been e-enabled.

Department of Constitutional Affairs—Possession Claims.

Environment Agency—Live Fish Movements Licence; Waste Management Licence; Discharge Consent Licence; Abstraction licence; Waste Carrier Register.

Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs—Fish Quota Allocations; Fishing Vessel Licences; Catch Logs; CITES Schedule 4 birds licences.

Department for Transport—Bus Operators Grant.

Department of Health—My Healthspace (due late 2007).

Department for Trade and Industry—Energy Group Online Services; Services to Insolvency Practitioners; Redundancy payments.

Home OfficeCriminal Records Bureau; Prison Visits; Office of National Statistics—Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages.

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