Plans for a government internet gateway providing secure access to state systems – including those of the Inland Revenue and Customs & Excise- are on course, according to senior officials. Revenue business and management services director John Yard claimed in evidence to the Commons Treasury sub-committee that it is still expected to go live early this year, but without access to all the services that might run on it.
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