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Cabinet Office conducts governmental digital review

Rebecca Thomson

The Cabinet Office is reviewing the government's digital engagement strategy as part of its business plan to meet the coalition government's policies.

All government departments have published their business plans, with the aim of making their progress on implementing government policy transparent.

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The review will look at the future role of Directgov, and should be finished by the end of this month.

Between November 2010 and May next year, the Cabinet Office's digital review is set to mandate the shift to online for some government services. Some websites will be decommissioned - these will be named in May.

The new digital strategy, website decommissioning and mandatory channel shifts should all be implemented from June 2011, according to the business plan.


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