Government looks for online partners.

The Government is looking to form private and public sector partnerships as it commits to putting all services online.

The Government is looking to form private and public sector

partnerships as it commits to putting all services online.



According to e-Envoy Alex Allan it will, for example, look at offering its

employment services via recruitment sites.



Following the launch of a report committing the Government to making all

public services available online by 2005, Allan said that it was looking

to open up discussions with private-sector sites: ”We are open for

business and are happy to talk to anyone with ideas.”



The E-government Report (www.iagchampions.gov.uk) sets out the

Government’s strategy of using digital TV, the internet, mobile devices

and kiosks to deliver public services including tax returns.



”The E-government Report is part of an ongoing process that is setting out

a route-map for achieving the vision of Information Age Government,” said

a Cabinet Office spokesman. ”The Government intends that all services

which are able to be electronically delivered, should be.”



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