One third of all government services are now available online with the figure set to rise to nearly 75% by 2002, according to the Cabinet Office minister. A recent report revealed that of 457 services delivered, 152 are available online. A further 326 services will go online by 2002. www.citu.gov.uk/esd/esdreps.htm. E-government analysis www.accountancyage.com/business/1102569.
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