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PROSPECTS LOOK GOOD FOR LOCAL E-GOVERNMENT PAYOUT

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Most councils have submitted satisfactory IEG (Implementing Electronic ...
Most councils have submitted satisfactory IEG (Implementing Electronic

Government) Statements and can therefore can expect a share of the£350m on offer to fund e-government implementation. Heavy hints to this effect were dropped by Guy Ware of the DTLR modernisation team at a recent event.

Addressing the Socitm/Cipfa conference on funding e-government on 11

September, Ware said that a final decision on the money would have to wait

until the 26th September when the whole of public spending was being

reviewed.

Socitm members asked Ware whether there was any intention of improving the

current performance measurement regime BVPI 157. Ware said there was no

difference in principle between the DTLR and Socitm on this issue but any

change was a matter for the Audit Commission to deal with.

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